Oracle Technology Network Tour Latam 2016:
Santiago de Chile
The conference in Chile was exceptional for a couple of reasons. For the first time ever I met German, the tech reviewer of my WebLogic 12c book. A great guy (not sure if he wants to read his name here – just get the book, he is in the acknowledgement!) who did a brilliant job in editing the 12c book. We had lunch together with his friends from Oracle ACS and the best I can say it felt like friends you know for years and not somebody you met 30 minutes ago. It was a pleasure meeting you guys!
The conference itself was the University of Santiago. Quite a few presentations were running in several rooms in parallel.
Also Santiago is great. From every traffic jam you can see the mountains! It is really a pity I couldn’t go to any more remote places like Atacama desert or Torre de Paine. Anyway both are now top on my to-travel list. My friends know what this means. Stay tuned.
The non Conference Part
I did not really have a lot of time for sightseeing but I managed to nip out and have a seafood lunch at the Mercado Central before heading to airport. Actually a memorable drive, since the Uber driver was driving alongside the runway but was not able to find the airport 🙂