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Off to the Big Apple

I’m heading to New York today, off for SQL Saturday #59. Another travel day, but I am looking forward to this trip. First, New York is one of the coolest cities in the world. Second, I get to meet a few people that I’ve wanted to meet: Robert Pearl and the @SQLDiva. I’ve known of them for years, and corresponded with Robert many times, and am looking forward to shaking hands and putting a face with a name. It’s also a good chance to hang with Grant Fritchey, Karen Lopez, and Michael Coles, all of whom I always enjoy seeing.

I’m also looking forward to finding some time to run in Central Park. I’m not sure if I’ll get up early Sat morning or go right after the event, but I have wanted to get a mile or two in that famous place for a long time.

No sports this time, and it’s a busy trip. As soon as I get back I’m also off for a week’s vacation, so this is the culmination of a very busy week for me. Looking forward to time in the mountains next week and a fairly unwired time.

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Posted by Glenn Berry on 19 November 2010

Have fun in New York City!

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