In Sunny San Francisco, at Google I/O
I won't say anything about the trip up, but I've been in San Francisco since Sunday afternoon (local time). Monday was Memorial Day and the members of the SynthaSite team at the time I joined in November last year decided that we should get together for brunch, and then we headed out to see some sights around the area, taking a quick trip over the Golden Gate bridge and into Sausalito.
It was an overcast day, but I did get a glimpse of how beautiful the city can be.
Tuesday I pretended I had the capacity to do work and visited the SynthaSite offices in San Francisco. Didn't get much done, but felt the office here in San Francisco shared a similar vibe to the one in Cape Town (although open plan feels weird after being in a three/four-person room for so long).
I've made it to Google I/O, which is way bigger than I expected it to be (and, according to one of the shirted staff-members, more than they originally expected too). Hundreds of people were registering when I arrived, and by the time I got to the front of the A-B table (which was a good 75 people long), the A-B queue was longer than when I arrived.
Will try write something after each session, assuming the wireless works better than it does now...