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We finally arrived in Sydney on Friday, after leaving Boston on Wednesday, 20+ hours of flying and somehow managing to misplace Thursday! If you've ever had the chance to travel 'down under' you'll know that the journey is well worth the effort. I've been fortunate in my working life to travel to many cities around the world, and I must say that Sydney is one of the few I could happily call home. Don't get too excited though Ken, I will be returning back to Boston...this time!!
I'm writing this post on Tuesday from Brisbane, the day after the PTW event in Sydney. And what a great event it was. The registrations were fully booked out with 50+ people attending the day long festivities. As I mentioned in my previous post there was lots of great content, much of which which was delivered by local Progress employee's with Shelley and I delivering a few sessions each. At the close of the event even I was starting to get fed up of me speaking, so thanks to all those who stuck with me through my sessions and didn't fall asleep, or if you did, thanks for not snoring :)
It was a great chance to catch up and talk with many Application Partners and Direct Customers about their current situations and challenges going forward, in addition to hopefully answering a question or two. No matter where I go in the world I'm always impressed with attendee's passion for OpenEdge and what they do with it. It was also great to note the number of hands that were raised when the room was asked who's currently using OpenEdge Architect. If you're reading this and you're not currently using OpenEdge Architect, I strongly recommend you go and have a look at the latest version in OpenEdge 10.2a, it really does make you more productive as a developer. And that's not just marketing speak, a number of people yesterday were more than happy to extol it's virtues.
So many thanks to all those that attended the Sydney event and helped make it a great success.
We've now rolled into Brisbane where we'll present the same event again to a new audience. I must say, it's strange to fly an hour North from Sydney to Brisbane, and then have to alter my watch an hour back! I kind of understand it when you travel East/West, but North?? The locals tell me it's something to do with the cows!!!
I'm not sure what's going on with the weather since we arrived, but we seem to have brought the New England rain with us. The weekend weather in Sydney was full of showers, and when we arrived in Brisbane is was approaching 80+ degree heat and sunny, but we've been here a couple of hours and now it's throwing it down with rain!!
From what I understand Brisbane is fully subscribed so it should be another great event. I'll keep you posted, and next time remind me to tell you about the will power of an architect and a certain Australian biscuit/cookie.
Thanks for reading
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