A day of serviceThe Saturday before KScope (or Kaleidoscope depending on how long you’ve been attending the very best EPM conference there has been) is traditionally a day when ODTUG gives back to the non-Oracle community.
This year it was a painting, building, sign erecting, cleaning, you name it, we did it day at Crestholme Boys & Girls Club of San Antonio.
It was a tremendous amount of fun before what is after all a pretty serious week (I love KScope, but it is work) and of course one gets to meet people in completely other tracks that would be strangers otherwise. I think it is one the many things that sets KScope apart from other conferences. It is a great organization.
And now the photos
On the school bus to Crestholme
Andrei and I do construction
Yes, their sink is broken/I cause chaos
But it was all worthwhile
Thankfully I was not part of the basketball pole building
Foundation for the sign
Erecting the sign
Set in stone
In the cafetorium
Isn’t this a nice gift?This was our appreciation gift – what a nice gesture and so pretty.
Was that enough work for today? Nope.Here we are stuffing the bags that attendees get on KScope registration. The fun never stops at ODTUG.
All in all quite a bit of funOh my goodness, it was great, but I am tired. As my buddy Tim Tow likes to say, “KScope is a marathon, run at a sprint pace.”
Why aren’t you here?