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SQLAndy

I'm Andy Warren, currently a SQL Server trainer with End to End Training. Over the past few years I've been a developer, DBA, and IT Director. I was one of the original founders of SQLServerCentral.com and helped grow that community from zero to about 300k members before deciding to move on to other ventures.

PASS Summit 2013 Report #15

Slower day today, fewer notes!

  • Most of my morning spent on mentoring and some networking
  • Lunch today was Birds of a Feather, as always I really really like that, it drives a lot of great conversations
  • I sat at the Election/Governance table. Only one person joined while I was there, so that gave me time to talk to Kathy Blomstrom about blogging, press releases, public relations, and more.
  • Saw Niko again today and he was thrilled that I mentioned him in an earlier post!
  • Laughed some with Patrick LeBlanc – the two of us together is quite the event, filters tend to slip early and often. Invited him to SQLSaturday Orlando next year.
  • Posted notes on Board Q&A separately already
  • By 3 pm I was done, said some goodbyes and started the walk back to the Hampton to get by bag
  • Joe Webb going the same way, so we talked on the way, split up at the Hampton.
  • I’m getting in the taxi when Joe calls. He’s driving home, will drive me to the airport. Can’t beat that can you? Joe, you are invited to SQLSaturday Orlando too!
  • I’m through security in Charlotte and trying to finish up my notes for today, still have two interviews to finish, and if I get that done, will review the earlier posts, saw some fairly horrible typos.
  • Should be in Orlando by 8 pm. Less than 2 hours home, same time zone. Yes, that is good.
  • This has been, as expected, a very good week. Summit ran smoothly. Met a lot of new people and saw a lot of old friends, learned some stuff and can’t wait to get started on the session recordings.

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