is all set for Saturday, November 12, 2011, with only 53 days remaining to this fantastic gathering
of assorted SQL Server, BI and Database professionals and notables, have you registered yet? If not, better hurry, because registration is capped at 250 lucky attendees, who will benefit from the advice and experiences from top experts in the field that share your passion and profession, and will reveal all their secrets that will affect the way you proceed in your own careers. They are your peers and colleagues, who have been where you are now, and want to give back to you how they got to where they are now. They are SQLPeople, just like you, who seek to inspire and reveal their methods and motivations.
Come hear them share the ways they have navigated through the industry, from the bottom up, found ways to succeed and balance life, work from home and be more productive, navigate today's job market, motivate those to take advantage of today for a prosperous tomorrow, and give real-life examples of how they grown throughout their own professional careers. You will even learn the future of BI, Big Data and where its all headed (to the cloud), learn to build and manage a professional services company, and become a technopreneur! All centered specifically around your chosen profession - databases!
This event is truly unique, and features so many of your favorite SQL MVPs and experts! SQLPeople is not a technical training event, like SQLSaturday, but is a motivational seminar in the mold of the famous TED talks, and are sure to prove invaluable beyond comparison! Take control of your future, and don't let it control you! These folks have so much to offer, and they understand exactly where you're coming from. They know, they've been there. We all wish we had someone to guide us in this uncertain economy, and technological universe - now here they are together, to speak to you! You've read their SQLPeople profiles, now come hear them speak in person! Will you be inspired? Who's gonna be there? Here is the current line-up:
- Steve Jones - blog|twitter
- Thomas LaRock - blog|twitter
- Michael Coles - blog|twitter
- Andrew Brust - blog|twitter
- Brian Moran - blog|twitter
- Robert Pearl (me :-) - blog|twitter
Wow! That's a lot of inspiration packed into a day. But guess what? SQLInspire NYC just got even more inspiring! We have added another excellent speaker, who has graciously accepted our invitation to share his inspiring story.
He is a database expert, author, and CEO of one of the top Database Administration as a Service firms. (In fact, he is literally the pioneer who owns the trademark). He is Michael Corey (entrepreneur, author and recognized expert on Relational Databases, Remote Database Administration and Data Warehousing) and founder of Ntirety Technologies in April 2001. As Chief Executive Officer, Michael leverages his extensive experience and business savvy to manage and expand Ntirety into the premier Remote DBA Services firm in the United States.
Michael has a story, you DON'T want to miss! From DBA to CEO, here is the abstract of his upcoming inspirational talk:
Feel as you have reached a plateau in your professional career? Thought about giving up the 9-to-5 and starting your own consulting business? The transition is never easy, so come hear savvy business advice from Michael Corey, who was recognized by Forrester Research as a leading provider of database management services. You will benefit from the lessons learned by this technopreneur and database expert. Michael will draw examples from his own life: as he grew from DBA to CEO, and turned his new company from a one-man operation to a team of 160 professionals.
I'm definitely sticking around to hear all these gentlemen! So, don't wait any longer, go register and be one of the lucky SQLPeople to be in attendance at the extraordinary SQLPeople INSPIRE NYC event! <<CLICK TO LEARN MORE AND REGISTER>>
Yes, it all started from a small setting in Richmond, Virginia, where the first SQLPeople event took place, and will be coming to the Big Apple NYC on November 12, 2011. It was all started by Linchpin People Chief Servant Officer, SQL MVP, SSIS guy, SQL Server Database dev, community mentor, believer, blogger, tweeter, trainer, consultant, writer and self-described chicken whisperer, Andy Leonard blog|twitter. Andy will be, in-the-house and on-stage, to interview live, all the speakers to answer questions that are sure to be - what's the key word - INSPIRING! Hope to see you there!