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Vote for my SQL Bits sessions

“Rob? Tsk tsk tsk. That’s a naughty word. We never rob. We just sort of borrow a bit from those who can afford it. “

- Robin Hood

SQLBitsLogoSQL Bits XI is coming to Nottingham forest, home of Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire. This is a fun three day event, with a day of pre-cons, a paid day of sessions, and a free day. It has taken place twice a year in the UK, though the organizers skipped this past fall.

I’ve submitted a few sessions and I need your votes to get the chance to go back. I’d really like to since I really enjoyed the conference.

You can vote for these by logging into the site and clicking on the description for the sessions. You get to vote for ten sessions, so pick the ones you are most interested. I’m hoping you pick a few of mine, but whether you vote for me or not, vote.

I really enjoyed SQL Bits a couple years ago and I’m hoping to get the chance to go back this spring.

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