This weekend I suckered a couple of my co-workers into going with me to a pinball and arcade game expo in California. In doing so I found myself being the sucker in that I am officially addicted to tournament pinball.
The first golf tournament of 2016 is in the books for me...and the wife. ;)
We played in what is now our annual event in the Polar Bear Classic at our home golf course Red Hawk Golf Club. We got out on Monday (a holiday) for a practice round (although it was on the Hills course) and we both showed quite a bit of rust as neither of us had touched a club for five months or so.
Tonight I'm sitting here playing with new technology (to me, anyway) and I can't help but feel that time is simply flying past me.
I'm not just talking about how my life has gone from "Oh hey, you got a job" to "You have a kid that turns 6 in four days". Actually, that's actually exactly what I'm talking about.
Some may know I'm quite addicted to golf. What I want to do on my blog is share the state of my game along with some of my statistics as I go along just to publically show improvement (hopefully).
Over the course of my professional web developer career (spanning a whopping eight years now!), I've attended exactly three conferences geared toward web developers. I wanted to share my views on conferences in general and really just document what I think makes for an awesome conference.