Well final day is done and I am sitting at the airport. To say that I am truly blessed to have the opportunity to be part of the Sitecore Symposium is an understatement. I am so glad Paragon Consulting chose me to attend. I have a lot to learn about the new features of Sitecore, but that is my passion and I can’t wait to dive in. So just like the other posts here is my day in pictures.
I don’t do these pics ever, but I also don’t get this fancy because I am always coding.
It might not be web development, but there is a lot you can learn about marketing and utilize as you develop websites.
Did someone say headless? That is going to be so cool
Putting this here so I can actually read it.
Where is Rob?
There he is.
I always test my code. I am not kidding.
Well this had to finally come off, but I may still wear it from time to time.
See you next year?????
In the city that never sleeps it was a great day from sunup to sunrise. I still can’t get over how awesome this event has been and how I look forward to the future with Sitecore. So here we go. My day in pictures.
First a run to start out the day. I ran into one of my coworkers and I followed her as she ran super-fast. Never thought I could run that fast feeling still full of last night’s dinner.
One of the best seminars I have heard about marketing. Lots of important information. We all have work to do.
This guy is hilarious. Always good to mix comedy with anything.
Keep on learning…
Thanks Paragon for providing lunch.
More learning. This time the Data Exchange Framework. My little area of expertise.
Scott Anderson Chief Marketing Officer of Sitecore. A big celebrity for us.
Mark Hamill is in the house. One of the greatest moments ever. What a great guy.
Finishing the night at the Omni.
Something you don’t see everyday.
On to day 4 and back home.
I am writing this late at night. It has been a busy day. Some pictures below. Having an awesome day and learning and meeting so many in the Sitecore world.
A little early morning run to start the day.
My new developer running buddy from GeekHive.
Mark Frost CEO opening up the Sitecore Symposium.
A development track might be better than a running track.
Bloody Mary in the morning? Tomato juice and coffee go well together.
The Sitecore guru himself Kamruz.
Keep on learning.
I love dessert.
Sitecore Mints!!! My breath smelled like mints and great websites.
Keep on learning…
Paragon and our little microbrews.
Closeup because why not?
Dinner time. Italian family style.
First day of the Sitecore Symposium I am in awe. It was great to meet people I talk to virtually, catch up with current coworkers, old coworkers and meet new people. So here is Day 1 in pictures.
Is my head really that big? Seen at the baggage area of the airport.
Paragon developers meet Marilyn Monroe. Maybe she needs a Sitecore site?
If you close your eyes and go back to the 50s these guys were good. It was the 50s right?
I can’t take Darth Vader in a Jedi fight, but pretty sure I can beat him in a race.
This drink was called cloud 9. No alcohol, but it was good. Loved licking the sugar from the side.
Sitecore development would be super hard without Hedgehog software. I am taking one of the babies home with me.
Room with a view.
No white tiger sightings yet.
Good night. Going running in the morning and then learning lots of things during the day.