NDC Sydney–Day 2

Written on August 4, 2016

Thursday sees me spending rostered the entire day in room 1. This was actually my preference, as the majority of the talks were already on my wish list. One slightly ‘down’ side of doing room 1 is that the bigger crowds mean counting much larger numbers of eval votes after each session.

Watching @troyhunt getting his son to do all the hard work :-) #ndcsydney pic.twitter.com/Nw6tXfcVsA

— David Gardiner (@DavidRGardiner) August 4, 2016

Cloudy in Sydney, but no rain on @shanselman #ndcsydney pic.twitter.com/27yjcfrlCp

— David Gardiner (@DavidRGardiner) August 4, 2016

Cloudy in Sydney, but no rain on @shanselman #ndcsydney pic.twitter.com/27yjcfrlCp

— David Gardiner (@DavidRGardiner) August 4, 2016

Cloudy in Sydney, but no rain on @shanselman #ndcsydney pic.twitter.com/27yjcfrlCp

— David Gardiner (@DavidRGardiner) August 4, 2016

Cloudy in Sydney, but no rain on @shanselman #ndcsydney pic.twitter.com/27yjcfrlCp

— David Gardiner (@DavidRGardiner) August 4, 2016

ES6 with @rob_rich. It is not 45 degrees C in Sydney today! #ndcsydney pic.twitter.com/GjrNUPLY6a

— David Gardiner (@DavidRGardiner) August 4, 2016

He’s being frank, but isn’t his name @shanselman ? #ndcsydney pic.twitter.com/zTO5LMLRDM

— David Gardiner (@DavidRGardiner) August 4, 2016

The evening finished off with a hilarious talk from Assoc. Prof. James Mickens, followed by a social evening of food and drinks in the hotel bar – a good chance to meet and chat with other attendees.

One more day to go!

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