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My talks at POSSCON

Last week I went to POSSCON in Columbia, South Carolina. It was an interesting experience and a good reminder that not everyone in the world thinks like we do in Silicon Valley.

I gave two talks at the conference. One was a technical talk about how to build realtime Big Data systems, and the other was a non-technical talk about the things we do at BackType to be a super-productive team. Both slide decks are embedded below.

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