byediteur06-16-201703:12 PM - edited 07-26-201701:45 AM
LIVE COMMUNITY @ IGNITE
#GetAnswers, an interactive learning and support activity where participants post questions and others answer, set off a blazing trail to our booth that was, happily, never extinguished at the Ignite conference last week. Questions were posted on yellow paper, then answers, on blue paper, were affixed to the questions and posted.
Questions in yellow, answers in blue.
Kim had only a brief moment of near solitude before...
A deluge of questions and a growing proliferation of knowledge, ideas, and expertise pounded a strong and steady heartbeat in the Live Community. T-shirts for questions and hoodies for answers made #GetAnswers a fun and popular activity and the Live Community booth a perfect hub for discussion and networking.
More than t-shirts and hoodies -- sunglasses, too!
The really cool sunglasses did nothing to dim the bright lights of discovery (those a-ha moments!) or the collective brilliance at the booth.
The power sunglasses just made people even smarter!Even more brilliance, not less. (Sunglass brain stimulation)
#GetAnswers @ Ignite | OurTeam
Our director, Jeff, and team, consisting of (pictured) community manager Christine, and Solutions Engineers Joe, Tom, and Kim, enjoyed meeting and talking with every one of you who dropped by the booth and breathed life into questions and answers at Ignite. We deeply appreciate your assisting others in the community by sharing your knowledge and expertise.
Live Community team members Joe, Christine, Tom, and Kim in front of the popular #GetAnswers board at Ignite.
Working it out ...with Tom in deep tech and Kim overseeing the operation.Christine finally stopped counting the yellow-stickie questions and blue-stickie answers after 110, just a small and measurable indicator of interaction and engagement.
The exclusive LiveLounge, held in Vancouver's Gastown, was every bit the hit we anticipated! LiveTalks, presented by members of the community, enlivened and informed the networking and friendly festivities of this intimate group. Only 55 passes were available for LiveLounge -- 20 before the conference and the remaining 35 at Monday evening meetup at the booth. Again, we thank you for your enthusiasm and participation! Read more about the success of LiveLounge -- an exclusive first -- at Kim's blog...
Join nearly 2500 subscribers on the Live Community YouTube channel. Our tutorials range from setting up the Palo Alto Networks firewall to all things GlobalProtect and more. Need a refresher? Don't miss our massive library on YouTube, where you've got questions, and...you guessed it...we've got answers.