Doug and I arrived in Barcelona this morning, early enough to see some of this beautiful city before the Pentaho Community Meetup this weekend.
This is the second annual community meetup, an event that is organized and planned completely by Pentaho community for Pentaho community. No fluffy corporate speak, just a full weekend of Pentaho community developers and users showing off their stuff, talking through their current projects and solutions, and having a few beers and some fun. Many thanks to Tom Barber for planning and sponsoring much of this year's event.
We look forward to seeing familiar faces, and new community as well:0) See you all very soon!
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- Gretchen Moran
- I have been in the business analytics and Java development space for fourteen years. I started out as a data warehouse developer for a small insurance company in the Midwest, worked for Hyperion Solutions as a software engineer for a number of years, and came in on the ground floor with the guys at Pentaho. I have a history of moving around, so I have enjoyed working with the community, consulting directly with Pentaho customers and partners and coding with the development team. I am now a core developer at Pentaho, working on various projects.