Most of Curtis’ day was full from the Microsoft workshop again, which had its final day today.
Curtis learned a lot again today, but also had many questions which he was able to get answered easily.
Curtis also managed to get something else for a project completed. He needed to figure out how to write a script and was able to find enough things on Google to get one working, which felt really cool and he felt that he achieved.
The workshop ended quicker than expected, which meant Curtis was able to join the office based meeting which was a few updates and a few other bits of information.
Curtis then watched hockey, the final Leafs game of the regular season!
Kim had a few quick meetings to start her day and then had another smaller meeting about recruitment with a department leader. She then decided to join a Dev team meeting where people show what they have been working on. It was so cool to see new and exciting things!
She then joined a two hour meeting with department leaders and the executive team. Then she joined a chat to discuss different software options to make a system easier.
Kim then joined an interview and had a quick chat after to discuss next steps before having an end of week chat with her teammate to go over a couple of quick updates. After that Kim showed a colleague how to set a couple of things up on their Wiki pages and drive.
For the rest of the afternoon Kim worked with a couple of people to iron out a communication and survey for a team to complete. It was great to sit down and get it done with the help of two people who understand what we are trying to achieve a little more.
To finish the day Kim hosted an impromptu games night! It was so much fun and everyone had a great time. Once most people left a few stayed back and had a mini, accidental meeting. It was really nice to get some things sorted!
We ordered Korean chicken from our favourite Korean place and watched some TV and did absolutely nothing over the evening.
As of writing this, we are still waiting for our emails to get our first vaccination, but we are being patient and know we’ll get it at some point!
Mr And Mrs Hale