Cisco Live Photos: Dress for Success in a Company Onesie
The technology was hot but the temperatures were hotter in Las Vegas for the recent Cisco Live 2017 conference.
A few days before the conference began, the city tied its record for the highest temperature ever recorded and it barely cooled down for the conference.
Fortunately, air conditioning is a thing and the only times I had to go outside were the brief trips from airport to taxi to hotel and back again.
While not researching and writing articles, I looked around the conference and abused Twitter. Here's some of what I saw and what I had to say about it.
The company store on the show floor sold logo gear, including shirts, jackets, hats -- and this baby onesie. On seeing it, I died from the cute.
Here I am visiting the Eaton Power Management booth, with a Game of Thrones theme. The throne is made of power supply components.
Shmoozing at a press reception in a posh hotel lounge.
The floor is smart "kinetic" tiles that draws power from people walking on it, to electrify schools in Nepal.
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Lunch in the press room. I was shocked to find out the pork contained pork.
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