Posts Tagged ‘reagan

23
Jan
10

Xiotech 2010

Thanks for vocalizing something quite a number of us are feeling, Tommy (@Xio_Tommyt)!

The National Sales meeting in Vegas wasn’t great because of money spent (ironically, Vegas is one of the cheapest places to hold a corp. function), but, because of the attitude and actions of the new Xiotech.

Alan, Jim (@JGM), Steve, Brian (@BrianCReagan) are all dynamic, motivated, intriguing people; but, the people behind them are incredible as well (Richie, Ken, Jeff, Butch, Todd, and the list goes on, sorry if I left anyone out). These “Rockstars”, as affectionately dubbed at Xiotech, are truly people that are respected and admired…and we are seeing why and the fruits of their labors will drive us to make 2010 a very interesting year, indeed.

I, as Tommy has expounded in his awesome blog, also am so impressed with what this team has done to make Xiotech more “known”, and the creative brilliance behind their efforts will be seen.

I would be remiss if I did not say another thing about Nerdfest 2010, it was awesome! The gathering of the brightest minds within Xiotech (and those of us not in the “brightest” category) to make sure we are all on the same page and working “together” to drive to success.

Thanks, Steve, et-al!

So, hold on, we really are out the gates now and I for one am looking forward to 2010!

Pete

20
Jan
10

Nerdfest 2010 – Day 3

Nerdfest 2010, day 3, and the technology firehose continues.

Today we get to give Architect feedback and then the firehose of knowledge from the likes of Nick Elvester, Paul Dunn, Srini Unnava, Dave “gus”, Ken Bates and Jeff Nicholson. Saving the “fellow” rockstars from COS for last, obviosly!

Open sharing of engineering is awesome, calling these people co-workers is awesome!

19
Jan
10

David Black ROCKS!

David black playing Bach and Beethoven, dancing on stage and associating the scoring of music to programing.

It’s like the cross between being in church, at a concert, a motivatinoal Seminar and an Amway convention.

Gotta love it!

19
Jan
10

Xiotech Nerdfest 2010, day 2

Xiotech Nerdfest 2010

The first day of Nerdfest discussed all the history of ISE (the game changing storage element which is the child of the storage rockstars at Xiotech), the day closed with pots and pots of green chili made by Steve Sicola (CTO, Xiotech), awesome chili and needless to say there was plenty of heartburn later that evening.

There was a great futures discussion with Jim McDonald (CSO, Xiotech), Steve, Brian Reagan (SVP Marketing, Xiotech) and others, while the mass quantities of chili were consumed (brownies needed to tame the heat, btw, hot is HOT). The future holds a lot, we will leave it at that.

More history of ISE to come today with eyes on the future!

Pete




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