And now for some fun.
Thank you @tomphelps3 for contributing this picture!
I am not sure I should be allowed to answer this.
Hey @JaredDolich Tom actually just told me about the T-shirt 🙂does this disqualify me too? 😄
You are most qualified to answer. We're very inclusive here on the Community Site!
Absolutely you can answer but you have to give ALL the details about what it means. Not just it's meaning but also it's significance.
@JaredDolich Ok I am out. What is the penalty? Should I tell where did you get that tee shirt instead?🤨
It's got to be past midnight there - you must be one of those super-humans that don't need sleep.
Anyway, all answers are accepted even if you're sleep deprived. Hub-14. Hub-14. What's so special about Hub-14?
Sounds like a song...
I believe our first Hub was in 2013 and Hub14 was in San Fran. Hub is the previous CPX, so it is the week (3 days) that clients/partners could interact with Anaplan experts and get product roadmaps, demos, etc. I believe Hub14 is when we unveiled numbered lists, if I am not mistaken.
Just curious, what were you looking for exactly?
Just some fun. Most people probably don't realize Hub## was Anaplan's first set of user group meetings. I wasn't sure if 13 or 14 was the first, but you just answered that.
I didn't really get started until July 2017 with Anaplan so when I first saw the t-shirt I had no idea what it was. Thought the community might like to know about it. By the time I got interested in user groups it had already been changed to CPX.
so, last year was our first "CPX", every other year it was "Hub".
one of these days I'll post pictures of all of my Anaplan stuff - It would be the longest post I've ever done!
Please, please, please! That would be an epic novel with heroism and gallantry.
Well, a long time ago in a bar in London......
Seriously, my first interview was outside the after party for London Hub 13 - It was too noisy inside!!
Can't really call it a interview - more of a chat over a beer, but that is where the story started (almost 7 years ago)