Now that I am in management, and have been for some time, I have still been attending tech shows and presenting at them a few times a year. When I came back to Pythian in February 2011, we had a handful of personnel doing sessions at the shows. Since then the number of people submitting abstracts and appearing at these shows has skyrocketed. I cannot take the credit single-handedly for that growth, but I am pleased that I have been a catalyst getting more Pythianites on the global stage where they should be. Bravo to all the new techs appearing at the shows.
I just attended the EastCoastOracle show in Raleigh/Durham USA and sat in on a steady stream of sessions and found the cloud material especially intriguing. Simon Pane, Roopesh Ramklass, Subhajit Das Chaudhuri, and Gleb Otochkin shone and had substance and pizazz in their sessions. Pythian should be proud.
The Pythian name was all over the show and we were tied with another company for most sessions. There was avid interest in what we do and I did get some “You work for Pythian!” comments from attendees. Our name is out there and getting “outer” every show.
Every show I attend I am thankful for the opportunity and Pythian’s support. It sweetens the deal when I look back at the number of presenters we send now as compared to 5 years ago. I value and I’m very honoured that so many colleagues have reached out to me over the years to get over that last remaining hurdle to entering the conference presentation life …
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