It always surprises me how long it takes to write the blog articles for my work trips. So for the people who ask how I have time to blog, the answer is that I spend too much personal time out of business hours and too much time during business hours writing the articles.
reIMAGINE 2015 has now truly finished, not only has the conference finished, but I have finally completed my blog series for the conference.
The final day of reIMAGINE 2015 combined breakfast with another Rapid Fire Partner Solution session. Then we had a Closing session which included a great keynote by one of the fathers of Dexterity (the language behind Dynamics GP), Tim Brookins.
Tuesday started again with breakfast in the Grand Ballroom at t Hilton Garden Inn. Mariano had some things to deal with so I headed over to the Microsoft Campus for the day’s sessions.
The conference officially starts today with a breakfast hosted at the Hilton Garden Inn. Mariano and I went down for breakfast and as fairly typical found ourselves chatting with many of the other attendees as well as catching up with the Microsoft people from the Fargo campus who had come over for the opening session.
So, now you know that I don’t have any photos of my own. But I do have some from friends at the conference, if you have any photos that include me or from the sessions that Mariano and I presented, please send them over.
I know reIMAGINE finished over a week ago, but today is the first day since the end of the conference that I have had a change to sit down and start writing about it. Before you ask, there is a reason I am start with the Post Conference article…..
Starting with a taxi ride at 3:00am Friday morning to the airport, my 31.5 hour journey to Fargo, North Dakota, USA for the reIMAGINE 2015 conference began.
This trip is the longest I have had in the US as I will be staying until the GPUG Summit 2015 conference in Reno.
This trip has an itinerary with 10 flights and a road trip in it and is going to be great fun, but also very hard work.
Then again, everything I bring with the exception of Vegemite usually goes down very well. 🙂