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The 2008 PASS Community Summit Wrap Up Expand / Collapse
Posted Tuesday, November 25, 2008 9:16 PM



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I also took very few photos. I checked my camera this afternoon and realised that I took just 1 photo during the 3 main days.

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Posted Wednesday, November 26, 2008 2:29 PM


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I undesrtand about not taking enough pictures at these things. I wasn't at PASS (hoping for next year!), but at TechEd this year, I got maybe a dozen, and half of those were with my phone camera.

Part of my problem is not owning a point-and-shoot, and running around with a dSLR with a real flash is cumbersome and imposing. Not to mention a 77mm diameter lens pointed in your direction by Random Geek #2387 is a little for some people.

Edit: wow, this is really teh first time I've actually posted here??
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Hey Steve,
For a person that does Data Warehouse development (all aspects, managing the project, requirements gathering, design, ETL, SSAS, report writing) would you suggest PASS or the BI Conference? I believe you went to both this year. I've been to several PASS conferences, and always enjoyed them, but was curious about the BI conference.

Let me know your thoughts,

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