Wednesday, October 30, 2013

OpenShift Primer workshop at JAX London survives mega storm

I am just back from a few days in the UK where I gave a three hour workshop covering an OpenShift Primer at JAX London.

It is a really nice conference but they had some bad luck, with a storm coming through that the news was calling the 'Battle of Britain' due to extreme high winds (152 kph) and potential flooding.

It also resulted to all trains being suspended outside of the city of London, which was in effect until around 0900 hours in the morning.

My session started with around 10 attendees, while there were 30 registrations, they started to trickle in later in the morning when the trains began running. I ended up with 16 people in the room after the second hour.

I have put the workshop online:

Here are a few shot to give you impressions of both the storm and the workshop: