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SQL Saturday Tampa Follow Up

This past weekend, I had a talk on SQL Server Reporting Services down in Tampa Florida for SQL Saturday 62. It was a great event organized by Pam Shaw. My talk was right after lunch and the lunch sessions were running a little bit late, so when I arrived, I was setting up quickly while people were still piling into the room. Before I was even done setting up, all of the seats (approx 50) were taken up and about 20-25 more were along the sides and back of the room. It was packed! :)

The session went very well. The only two hitches that I had was that my pointer wouldn't work and VS crashed when trying to preview a report. Other than that I had some great comments from the audience and a good friend of mine Ed Wilson (The Scripting Guy) and his wife Theresa. At any rate, I had some people ask for the slide deck during the presentation and then I got a response on twitter stating that they couldn't get into the room. Yeah...It was that jammed pack that no one could walk in the doors. So, with that being said, I have created a PDF file for easy viewing and zipped it up. You can download it HERE. I truly hope that any of you who seen my presentation enjoyed it and I look forward to my next talk.


Brian K. McDonald, MCDBA, MCSD
Business Intelligence Consultant – Pragmatic Works

Email: bmcdonald@pragmaticworks.com

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