Whether you have been an Exasol customer or partner for years, or just dipping your toes into the analytics Database topic, or simply want to expand your network, you’ve come to the right place.
Getting connected to your peers and exchanging ideas with the right people provides some of the greatest value that a community like this can provide. But it's hard to know who to reach out to, unless you know who’s here. Here’s how it works best to make yourself visible:
Create a New Topic in this very forum to introduce yourself to the Community.
Include your Username in the Subject (and anything else you'd like... your title/job, industry, etc.)
In the post itself, let us know who you are, what you do, what expertise you have to share, what you may be looking for in this community, your hobbies.. anything you'd like. What you share is up to you!
Tag your post with labels that characterize you & help your peers get to know who you are beyond work. Pick from the list or create your own! Remember that those labels are fun and in the Exasol Spirit. 🍻
Your work is serious business, but your community experience doesn't always have to be.😉
From there, all you have to do is Post! We look forward to meeting you!
As new introductions are posted, we encourage everyone to get to know new members by replying to each users introduction topic. Feel free to say hello and wish them a warm welcome, ask follow-up questions, or point them to Community resources to help guide them on their journey with Exasol. We have all started as newbies.
You're more than welcome to include a link to your business' website in your introduction post, however, please don't use the post to solicit new business. Per our Community Guidelines solicitations and advertisements are not allowed on the site.
The purpose of the Introductions forum is to build connections with your Community peers and provide a space for you to get to know each other. If you have questions about the Exasol Platform, please visit the Discussion Forum board.
Global Community Evangelist