Fall is in swing, and it’s officially webinar season! Here’s a bunch of free events I’ve got on my calendar.
I recently participated in a panel discussion for the SQL PASS DevOps virtual chapter.
Watch our discussion about how to make three different teams successful at database DevOps.
I recently spoke at the GroupBy free online conference. It was loads of fun, and the recordings from the event are now available. Here’s the hour long session I presented.
I recently got together with fellow Microsoft Data Platform MVPs Steve Jones, Kathi Kellenberger and Grant Fritchey to discuss the highlights of innovations we’ve seen in 2018 and predictions for 2019.
I’m giving a webinar tomorrow! (Do people still use the word webinar? Was that just incredibly uncool?)
How do you make your next PowerPoint presentation great?
Tonight I checked in on the Twitterverse and saw that Jason Strate announced a new blog post about the next 24 Hours of PASS event.
I’m Talking About Partitioning!
A while back, I submitted a few abstracts to a couple SQLSaturday presentations around the country. I just picked places I’ve never visited which seem unique, and where I’d like to make a quick vacation of it and spend a few days exploring town before having fun at a SQLSaturday and meeting new people.
SQL Saturday #43 was held in Redmond, Washington on June 12. It was tons of fun: great sessions, lots of interesting people to meet, and a well organized day where everything happened on time as if by magic.
I have been plotting sessions that I’d like to present at SQL PASS for a little while now, and the June 5 deadline is approaching. Since I’m on vacation this week, I took some time to write up my abstracts. Man, oh man, that was more work than I thought! Condensing ideas into 1000 characters or less and still saying all you want to say isn’t as easy as it seems.