Well it seems like I’ve just unpacked my case from OpenWorld and now it’s time to almost start getting ready for UKOUG.
It will be nice to not have a long transatlantic flight this time, although the last time I drove down to Birmingham I seem to remember it took a lot longer than I expected it to, so perhaps I shouldn’t tempt fate just yet.
I blogged a while ago about the APEX sessions at UKOUG, I’m very impressed that even though UKOUG is a much smaller event than OpenWorld, APEX is still going to be very well represented and once again it will be a good opportunity to meet up with people whose names I seem frequently in the APEX forums and blogs that I read.
So, whilst I won’t be suffering from jetlag this time unfortunately my laptop seems to. It has recently started to display signs of narcolepsy (seriously, type ‘narcoleptic macbook’ into Google and you’ll see I’m not the only one). Since I’m presenting at UKOUG it should lead to an interesting experience to see if I can get through the presentation without my laptop deciding that it needs to take a nap.
Somehow laptops (and cars!) always seem to know to pick the time when you need them most to start failing…