It’s looking like it’s going to be a busy year.
It’s only January and I already have three presentations lined up for the first quarter of the year.
- On the 10th February I’m presenting on database corruption for Quest’s Pain of the Week webcast. I’m not Paul Randal, but I think I might be able to muddle through the topic without making too much of a fool of myself.
- 27th February I’m speaking at SQLSaturday 65 in Vancouver! First trip to Canada, first SQLSaturday attendance. I’m doing a presentation that’s an old favourite of mine – Introduction to Indexes. It’s very much aimed at beginners, so don’t expect any dark magic or mystical secrets
- 15th March I’m taking part in the 24 Hours of PASS. The session is titled “Bad plan! Sit” Thanks to Steve Jones (blog|twitter) for the initial idea.It’s going to have something to do with bad execution plans. I haven’t decided exactly what yet. I guess that means it will be a surprise.
In addition to these, I’m also presenting at both the February and March meetings of the South African SQL Server usergroup.
That’s definitely enough work for the next two months…