We’re home. It’s a fantastic feeling, but we had a great time. I wanted to take some time to thank all the great attendees, guests and helpers that made this a great trip. We got some great podcasts and hopefully encouraged a lot of people to try out ASP.NET Core!
We took a lot of pictures and you can see some of them by clicking on the mosaic to the right!
Some statistics of the trip:
Miles Travelled: 17,996
Cities Visited: 27
States Visited: 21
Provinces Visited: 3
Countries Visited: 6
Weeks on the Road: 13
Registered Attendees: 1,660
Pizzas Ordered: ~291
Furthest Attendee Travel Time: 4 hours
Number of people who helped us do this: Literally 100s!
Number of Understanding Wives that would let their husband do this: Just one.
If you missed the events, you can still listen to the podcasts as we publish them. I’ve updated the website to list the podcasts as we release them. Remember, you can listen to any of the podcasts at:
You can get any of the sample code I wrote while on the podcast on Github:
Also, don’t forget to support the Humantarian Toolbox and the great AllReady project if you want to get your hands dirty with ASP.NET Core:
And finally, you can see all the pictures from the road trip here:
Hope you enjoyed half as much as I did. If you did, then I enjoyed it twice as much as you did. #math
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