My #sqlroadtrip is now over (part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4 and part 5). I have had 2 1/2 weeks of offline time, where I ignored technology as far as I could and spent some much needed time with my family. During that time I had two more flights and a hotel stay, although a much more relaxed version (a week in Sardinia and not a server in sight!).
4 power cuts
1 case of food poisoning
In that time, I racked up 37229 miles (according to www.gcmap.com) and reached the “Frequent Flyer” status with Lufthansa. I had a total flight time of approximately 80 hours (according to Lufthansa’s site), with the shortest flight being 150 miles and the longest 6526 miles.
I am happy to say, the rollout went well. The systems have been up an running since, and even survived a 5 day outage in one of the offices. The office came back online and synched up within a few hours, I was most surprised at that!
I am now easing myself back into my daily work, with an eye on my next trip to the PASS Summit in October – I hope to put my new Lufthansa status to use, maybe even upgrade this time round!
P.S. A final picture update is now online, with a few sites from Rio. Really nice city, if it wasn’t for all the smog!!