Allan and I attended the BarCamp in Tampa this weekend and had a great time. I gave one talk each day and Allan gave an awesome talk on Saturday. Saturday afternoon I sat in on @veeus’ talk and provided comic relief. The high light for me was the people we met. It is always really cool to find such nice, smart, genuine folks at an event like this. I was inspired by the organizers who did an amazing job organizing. I hope we do as good a job at BarCapJax Oct. 18, the day after LessConf.
| girls flirted with | 1 | | boys flirted with | 3 | | talks given | 2 | | talks participated in | 4 | | talks where my participation was appreciated | 1 | | new BFFs | 14 | | good talks | 3 | | awesome talks | 2 | | really good conversations | 54 | | really bad conversations | 3 | | conversations with at least one crazy person | 1 | | I tried to save someone from a conversation with a crazy person | 5 | | successful saves | 4 | | Allan bitched about me | 83 |
| Pieces of Pizza Eaten | 4 | | Nights I slept on the roll out couch, while Steve had the king sized bed | 2 | | talks given | 1 | | times I was uncomfortable because of something Steve said or did | 14 | | New Friends | 31 | | Things Learned | 44 | | Hours Driven | 14 | | Times I thought about my family | 494 |
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