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There are quite a few events coming up in 2010 that need speakers. If you are close to any of these events, consider submitting a session.
If you have some expertise, or even want to increase your changes of being picked for the PASS Summit or another large event, you ought to think about submitting a session to a SQL Saturday.
Most of you have a local user group that is always in need of speakers. Consider practicing a presentation there and working on your delivery. It doesn't have to be perfect, but share something you've learned. I'm sure most of them would love even a 15-20 minute talk on some subject.
Practicing your delivery, your teaching, your communication skills is a great career builder. You'd be surprised how easy an interview is after you've been on stage sharing information with a group ahead of time.
If you are advancing in your career, consider giving a short talk somewhere this year and helping out your fellow SQL Server professionals.
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