Chris Wahl of the Wahl Network writes:
Call it awesome or call it dreary, but I spend a substantial amount of my non-work time trying to absorb as much knowledge on technical topics as is humanly possible. This often ends up distilling into briefings and presentations from a wide range of folks — from marketing, engineers, and the sales dudes, all the way up to executives and members of various boards. Each event promises the delivery of information, properly packaged and formatted into delicious morsels for my noodle to digest. Most, however, end up being filled with data Styrofoam (which is not edible).
Every presenter has their own style. That being said, Andy Warfield really captured the attention of the Storage Field Day 4 delegates.
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