24 Hours of Rad: 24HOP Spring 2011 Recap

This past Tuesday and Wednesday (March 15-16) were 24Hours of SQL PASS. On Tuesday I presented my talk, “No More Bad Dates: Best Practices Using Temporal Data.” It was tons of fun to give, and afterward I was so happy to see that I’d gotten mad love from the SQL Twitterverse. You guys make me feel awesome. And even more than that, you make me want to research and write a hundred presentations. Y’all Made Me Promise: Watch this Space for the No More Bad Dates Poster In the Q & A for the talk, you requested that I provide a sample cheat sheet. I’m plugging in my electronic pen and I hereby promise to roll one of those out to you in the form of a custom poster. Keep watching this space, it’ll be here soon. (I have a couple technical blog posts I am ITCHING to write. And itching…
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The Next 24 Hours of PASS Event: Announcement and Call for Presenters

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. This time #24HOP is looking for presenters! Check this out: …the next 24 Hours of PASS will feature 24 women speakers speaking on SQL Server. The 24 women speakers haven’t been selected yet. In fact, if you happen to have and abstract in mind or know of a speaker that should speak, send an e-mail over [email protected] The deadline for abstracts submissions (max 250 words with a 125 word bio) is January 14th. The event will occur during March, which is Women’s History Month. In the past I haven’t seen a call for speakers for #24HOP, so this is quite a change. Suggest Someone, or Yourself I know some women I’ll be suggesting for the event. Will yours be the same, or different? Read Jason’s…
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