Percona Live London 2013 : My Chairman point of view!

I would like to write a short and dislocated post on my condition of Chairman of the PLUK this year. When I accepted this mission, I had no clue what was going to be my job and I have no regret about this decision.
Because it was a fantastic experience and a wonderful conference.

So, I would like to thanks Kortney and Percona again for trusting me.
My committee fellows, David, Todd, Kenny, Ben and Ivan for their involvement.
All those of you who have submitted talks and tutorials for their high level and quality.
And of course all the attendees, we have cooked up this conference for you, thank you for being there.

I jumped into this adventure with my beliefs and I wanted to do it as honestly as possible and as humbly as possible.
I attended all the last PLUK conferences and I quickly knew what I wanted for this new event.

My priority was to have full day tutorials and some new faces, and I think we had both of them.
I wanted some stories, Etsy, Spil Games, WordPress, eBay and Bodybuilding.com told us their stories.
The opening keynotes from Peter, Monty and Tomas have been the icing on the cake!

As you can imagine, manage a committee with members from Percona, Oracle and SkySQL was a bit tricky. But I was very impressed by the loyalty and passion to achieve this mission together.
No, the real difficulty for us was to rate and choose only 24 among more than 100 submitted talks.

I’m not really the best person to say that but I think we did the job and I hope you enjoyed the conference.
Please, share the sessions you loved on your favorite social network and post a comment with your thoughts about the conference.

Now, it’s time to move forward :

  • CfP for FOSDEM 2014 (MySQL devroom) is still open until December 8th, submit ASAP!
  • CfP for PLMCE 2014 is still open until December 7th, you know what you have to do!
  • You can also register right know for PLMCE 2014 and enjoy a very sweet price

To be continued…




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