Lat week, on Wednesday May 22, I delivered a 60-minute presentation at Techorama Belgium 2019.
After a day of travel and, luckily, lunch at home, I arrived at the Antwerpen Kinepolis at 3PM. As the presentation was scheduled for 4:30PM, I was right on track to begin creating the slide deck for one of my favorite topics in Identity.
As I made my way to the speaker room, I ran into several people I know. I spoke to Vitorrio Bertocci, Michael van Horenbeeck and Aleksandar Nikolic while getting the ready-made slides into the Techorama PowerPoint template.
I started my session at 4:30PM and made the conscious decision, together with the audience, to stop 5 minutes prior to the end time, so people would have a chance to get a nice seat for the Closing Keynote with astronaut André Kuipers. As we had ample time to discuss going password-less on-premises, there was even time for a little Q&A during the session.
After the session, I headed straight home to enjoy a meal with my family. The upside of an event just around the corner of the Dutch border, means it’s only a 90-minute drive back home.
Thank you to the Techorama organization for organizing yet another successful event and inviting me as a speaker once again, and to all the people attending, sitting in on my session and, of course, the people with whom I had interesting discussions.