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Archives: October 2010

WorldWide Online Tech Day 2010

Hate to post this late but just wanted to let everyone know I’ll be presenting for Brazil’s Worldwide Online Tech Day tomorrow, Saturday October 30th. I’ll be presenting on Policy-Based Management and my session runs at 6pm EDT. Listed below is the link schedule of events. This event will have… Read more

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Posted in SQL Chicken on 29 October 2010

PragmaticWorks Webinar – Policy-Based Management

This is just a quick note to remind everyone I’ll be presenting tomorrow, Tuesday October 26th 2010 for the PragmaticWorks Free Monthly Webinar Series. The topic (big surprise here) is Policy-Based Management!

The webinar runs from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT and you can register for free here Read more

1 comments, 177 reads

Posted in SQL Chicken on 25 October 2010

SQLSaturday #49 Orlando – Recap

This past weekend I had the pleasure of presenting at another great SQLSaturday event, number 49 actually and the 3rd one I’ve been to in Orlando. One of the greatest things about this event is not only the great stuff you learn but most importantly the amazing people you meet! Read more

2 comments, 368 reads

Posted in SQL Chicken on 21 October 2010

SQLSaturday #49 tomorrow!

This is just a quick note to let you know SQLSaturday #49 in Orlando is tomorrow! If you’re in the area come on down, there’s going to be TONS of great speakers/presentations. Check out the all-star lineup we have!

Tom LaRock (Blog | Twitter)

Louis Davidson (Blog… Read more

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Posted in SQL Chicken on 15 October 2010

Drawn By the BI Sirens

Patrick Is the lead Singer

Sirens. Their sweet songs lured sailors to their deaths in tales of yore. Alas, I too have been drawn by the sweet, sweet siren call of the business intelligence world and the fine folks at PragmaticWorks. I’m very proud to announce that I am… Read more

3 comments, 181 reads

Posted in SQL Chicken on 4 October 2010