Home sweet home.

As is my custom I take a photo of the wingtip of every plane I fly in…..
So, here is the trip up;

Since I had a bit of time, I messed about in one of the (many) photo editing apps on my Android phone.
I know its a bit warn out, but the old / faded look sort of fits.

The trip was a success. All our gear went in and worked like it was supposed to.
Time will tell if we get many sales from it or not, as one of the guys back in the hospital used to say ‘you have to speculate to accumulate’.
The only ‘downer’ was the fact that the last guy in the room next to me left his alarm clock set for 1:45am. I let it run for a bit thinking that the software guy of the company that made the thing would have programmed it to turn off after 15 minutes…. No, he just left the code open…..
I really should have called the front desk rather than just put up with it, but I didn’t, so did not get a lot of sleep, but, thats not all that new for me.

The trip home was pretty uneventful. I got a great seating allocation (A4), my best ever, so got a window seat up front.
It was a bit bumpy heading out, but soon settled down.
For the trip home I was lucky to get one of the new X-wing planes.

As usual, once we got home, things got humming.
We have two work experience guys from a technical high school in San Markos with us for 3 weeks.
Im getting them to work on one of the projects that has been on my to-do list for a while. It will be great for them as it should be doable for them to start it and finish in it in the three weeks. They should be able to go back to their class and show their work on the internet, and I will be much further along on that project.
In other news, I have started to try and learn Java. Another of the projects on my list centers around getting my head around Google Web Toolkit with uses Java.
Enough to say that it will help with what the work experience guys are working on, with one of our other projects and also on getting content on iphone, ipads and of course Androids.