I stopped by the Utah Olympic Park in Park City and took the tour which was very informative. Sadly, I didn't get to see any athletes training. I did notice AT&T had very fast service here with full bars throughout my tour. I felt like I was in a commercial actually because I had to download a presentation of about 4 MB while here for proofing purposes. Verizon only had a 3G connection with three out of four bars on my MiFi device. BTW, athletes train here all year long but sadly I didn't get to see any. This trip reminded me of the Vancouver Olympics I was lucky enough to witness as a VIP thanks to Avaya.
I am at Adaptive Computing's 2012 user conference in beautiful Park City, Utah. The Hyatt Escala Resort is the host of the conference and is located on a ski slope in Park City, Utah. The air is fresh, the weather is good and I am looking forward to some awesome education on HPC and cloud computing. I speak on cloud computing trends this Wednesday and am looking forward to it. The photo of the lake below is one of the more beautiful sites I have seen so far but this is gorgeous country even if you don't ski. It is worth a trip.