The European DevDay in Munich

On Sunday I flew out to Munich for our annual European DevDay. For the first time I chose to fly from Bern’s airport in Belp, which is a short 45-minute drive from my home. It’s a small airport, so I could park right next to the terminal and walk a short distance to the check-in. Here’s the plane I took – an Embraer turbo-prop.

My plane from Bern-Belp

Checking into the Ramada Hotel in Munich, I realised I’d stayed here before for one of the Autodesk Soccer tournaments. I’d forgotten how long the corridors were, and I was unfortunately assigned a room right at the end. I always think to ask for a room near the elevator when checking into hotels in Las Vegas, but I just don’t have the same reflex in Europe. Sigh.

Next time nearer the elevator

On Monday morning, the DevDay kicked off. We had 180 people attend from all over Europe.

A good crowd

It’s always nice to see so many familiar faces. For instance, I’ve known Rob Oud – the boss of Cad & Company, one of our leading partners in Benelux – since I trained members of his…

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