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Rocky Mountain Tech Trifecta 2.0 – First Thoughts

It was a good day down in downtown Denver at the Rocky Mountain Tech Trifecta 2.0. I presented a session and moderated another, both of which went well. I have some changes and additions to my “Beginning SQL Server”, but I think it’s close to a great session for non-technical people as an overview.

It was also good to sit and catch up with some friends, and also stop and talk to a few acquaintances that I have seen at other events around town. I had quite a few people also thank me (along with other speakers) for putting on a free day of training. It’s always great to see people benefit and appreciate the efforts of those that volunteer.

After getting up at 5:45 this morning, I’m beat, but I’ll have some notes later on the event.

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Posted by Glenn Berry on 28 February 2010

Nice seeing you there yesterday. I was also tired after being there all day.

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