We did not hold the Technology Working Group in November since it would have occurred at the same time we were in Denver at SC17. We had a tremendous show and held over 20 meetings in our booth over the course of three days. In addition, I spoke about "Data Management Design Patterns" in the DDN booth, the HGST booth (3x), and in the Purdue University booth. Video of that talk should be online soon.
I will be posting about the three demos we shared at our SC17 workshop over the next week.
Most notably during the preparation for those demos, we released the Audit (AMQP) Rule Engine Plugin.
We have a lot of follow-up to do (it was exhausting, but validating). The month of December should give us a chance to reflect, focus on our plans for 2018, and start off strong again.
Demand for what we provide is up, we're moving faster than ever before, and we're hiring.
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