A homerun in Atlanta

Well the smoke has cleared and the dust has settled. Last week we held our first ever PCB event in Atlanta. PCB Atlanta was the latest in our series of one day, regional table top shows and I have to say that all of us were really happy the way things turned out. The show floor was busy most of the day, and the forty or so exhibitors all had positive things to say about the event.
In some ways it was like a reunion. I saw people I hadn’t seen in years and it was really good to catch up with folks and find out what they were working on.

We ran a series of free classes during the day of the show. Class topics ran the gamut, from social networking to power and signal integrity. Just about every class was packed and it is always a good feeling when people tell you that they learned something at one of our shows.

I have to admit it was good to attend a show and still sleep in my own bed. Right now we’re working on the schedule for next year and trying to decide where we’ll do the regional shows. If you have suggestions, respond to this blog and we’ll get a discussion going.