I've made it to Vegas, although far later than expected. My flight was delayed at the gate for an hour and then another hour once we were on the plane. The reason? Air traffic delays due to construction in Las Vegas. Flying used to be fun. This will date me, but I remember the days when there was absolutely no security; you'd get your ticket and walk straight to the plane. The food was actually good, too. Well, enough of that, I'm sounding like a crumedgeon.
I made it in late enough that I missed most of the Sunday evening events for the RSDC, so I snagged a ticket to Ka, after which I walked back down the strip and did some serious people watching. Actually, that's not true. Many people come to Vegas to partake in some unique combination of the seven deadly sins, but I'm always on the lookout for software: the dancing waters at the Bellagio come to mind.
I'll be up early for tomorrow's start of IBM Rational Software Development Conference. After the keynote, I've got a rehearsal for my keynote the next day and then am consumed with press meetings, customer meetings, and a number of meet and greets. I wish there were more of me to go around (but I am most looking forward to the customer visits).