#summit15 Guidebook is out / Argenis Without Borders 2.0

If you’re attending the PASS Summit next week in Seattle, there is a must-have item to pack onto your phone: the Guidebook app. It’s a one stop shop for all things Summit in a neat little package. If you don’t have an Android or iPhone, you can still access the same content via web browser.

Personally, I love the schedule builder functionality and the easy access to speaker feedback forms (raffle prizes anyone?).

They even include details on some of the events PASS doesn’t even sponsor, but are related to the Summit. For example, the networking dinner on Monday and karaoke party on Tuesday.

With so much packed into a single week, don’t waste time flipping through pages. Navigate your week with ease.

Full disclaimer: The fold-out paper schedule is great for an at-a-glance look at the schedule, but it doesn’t get updated with last-minute schedule changes.

This app is definitely one of those areas where PASS knows how to treat the #sqlfamily well.


On another Summit note, Argenis Without Borders 2.0 is still open and getting help for Doctors Without Borders. In addition to helping out a good foundation, there are some fringe benefits as the donation total rises (see the link for details).

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