Purdue Offsite

Purdue was starting to become concerned with the threatened lawsuits and bad media surrounding OxyContin. I was part of a newly formed group of developers and architects in the company. We needed to get together and meet our new colleagues but there was simply nothing in our budget to do an offsite meet and greet meeting.

I talked it over with my new manager and we took the little money we had and bought lunch. The meeting place was provided free of charge. It was my house! Karen and I worked hard to make Cedar Rock a showplace. Now it was functioning as a conference center. It did quite well, I think.

Photo Album: Purdue Offsite in November 2002


Sangria in the streets, because we ended the week of meetings at a Spanish restaurant in Germany.

Photos: Limburg