Friday, May 23, 2008

Lots and lots of Travel...

Well, I'm now done with the first week of the new 802.11 n Workshop. This is a very new Wireless LAN Technology... and very *complex* - it's taken me months now to complete the development of this -little- one-day workshop on the subject.

I 'schlep' around the country with *lots* of equipment - two pelican cases plus my suitcase. I've been bringing this stuff along on all my trips lately so I could continue to develop the labs and demonstrations. But the 'baptism by fire' of the first week went well this week. I'm not sure I really like this each day waking up in a new city thing though...
AirMagnet software uses an 'expert' system that goes by the name AirWise... so the marketing plans for this workshop all have to do with 'wisdom' and the slide deck's transition slides are all Wisdom quotes I found that reflect the new 802.11 n topic at hand.Last week was SLC --> Orlando --> Dallas --> SLC, then followed the very next day after being home less than 20 hours... SLC --> Atlanta --> Seattle --> SLC --> San Jose --> SLC. Lots of flying, taxi's, rental cars, hotel rooms, and venue setup/takedown... whew!I'll be glad to stay home in Orem for the next couple of days - (Next week I'm off to Washington DC to sit a new Aruba TTT class)

Karrissa, Joe and the grand-daughters are on their way to come and spend the Memorial Day weekend with us! Yea! Here are some pictures from this week's activities.

3 comments:

Gramps said...

You did all that traveling, luggage and with injured ribs.
I'm glad you are enjoying your work and doing so well Keith. We are totally proud of you and your family.

Gram said...

Wow! I am surprised at how muxh you have to take with you and how far you traveled. I hope your ribs are getting better. You moved a little better here tonight.

Steve said...

Keith,

I attended the AirMagnet 802.11n seminar in Seattle on the 21st. We spoke breifly about the house you worked on in Mukilteo. Just wanted to drop you a line and thank you for a very informative day. I seem to have misplaced your card, but google never fails! You said that you tech a 3 day course with certification, I woulod be very in this class, when will you be doing it next?

--Steve
steven.smith@whidbeytel.com