It's another early night here in the Austin MTC. We got out at 1 AM last night ... tonight we should be out of here by midnight, I think. Development's been shut down since 9:30 so that everyone can take a break. It's been a very busy day.
What we accomplished:
We also had a visit from Bill Veghte, the corporate VP of the US subsidiary. He came by to thank us for all of our hard work in getting this up and running. That was pretty cool. Of course, he was here during triage and production push ... oh well, I'm sure it's not something that he hasn't seen before.
I would also like to point out the great job that Developer Express did supporting us with last minute issues that we had ... which actually turned out to be our fault ... but they were quick to respond and very helpful. Thanks guys!
Well ... it's time to go play some Halo before heading back to the hotel. We all need to blow some stuff up. In a way, I feel guilty. We have more to do to help the evacuees. But ... I also know that burning myself out will do no one any good. And it has been a long couple of days.