That title may evoke thoughts of inappropriate SQL Karaoke or perhaps not but It is so nice to know I’m loved (or at least you like my sessions) I would not have believed this based on the caliber of folks at that event except I saw this In my email the other day.
I thought – Really? Awesome! I want to thank everyone for submitting evals to all the sessions. PASS does a great job of pushing this information back to the speakers in the community and we can use it to continue to make our sessions better. This is what sprinters in the Olympics must feel like. for example – Wes Brown, who I met for the first time in person @ SQL Rally is one of those people on my “HTFDTW” list. Extra points if you can interpret that acronym. How TFDT Work? Since all the top five we re hundredths’ of a point off from each other I look at this as just being part of the best club in the world, SQL Server community speakers and volunteers! Thank you all for coming to SQLRally and for making it a great inaugural event and Here’s hoping for a repeat in Dallas for all these great sessions and more.
PS I’ll be delivering this session at SQLPASS Summit in October so get out there and get registered! Another great Pragmatic Works guy – Devin Knight rounded out the top 5 above and will presenting at Summit also! He is doing a session on SSAS mistakes you shouldn’t make! I am definitely attending. I keep trying to make cubes out of ice .
See you out there – @Adam_Jorgensen