I woke up at silly o’clock to begin my journey home. I checked out of the hotel and got a taxi to the airport, where I breezed through check-in and security and found myself at the boarding gate 2 hours before the flight. Another hour in bed would have been nice… 🙂
As usual, out came the laptop and I played catch-up on the blog and some of the other stuff I had missed during the conference.
The flight from Warsaw to Frankfurt was a little under 2 hours. I don’t think I’ve flown with LOT before, and it was quite a nice experience. The plane had a clean and modern interior with power sockets at every seat, which was cool. I didn’t have an aisle seat, but the flight wasn’t full, so I was able to move to one. 🙂
I had a 90 minutes stop over at Frankfurt, before starting the hour flight home to Birmingham. That fine was easy, even though I had a window seat.
A quick taxi ride home and Oracle Code : Warsaw was complete.
Thanks to the Oracle Code crew for inviting me to the event, and to the Oracle Developer Champion and Oracle ACE Programs for making this possible for me. Most importantly, thank to the attendees and speakers for coming to the event and making it all happen!
The posts for this event were:
- Oracle Code : Warsaw – The Journey Begins
- Oracle Code : Warsaw
- Oracle Code : The Journey Home (this post)