Archives: January 2010
I had the privilege to attend and speak at SQLSaturday 32 – Tampa this past weekend. As I said in my event announcement, SQLSaturday is always a good time, and this one was no different. My wife (yes, I brought my wife and she enjoyed herself, too) and I… Read more
Just a reminder that SQLSaturday #32 – Tampa is taking place this weekend (January 23rd). This will be my 5th SQLSaturday and 4th as a speaker and every one has been a great event. As a matter of fact, I enjoy SQLSaturday’s so much that I’m bringing my non-technical wife… Read more
I could go a couple of different directions with this:
- How I ended…
Well, on January 12th OPASS moved into the present by broadcasting our meeting over the internet using Live Meeting. Our main speaker, the incomparable Andy Leonard (@AndyLeonard), was presenting to us from somewhere outside Richmond, Virginia and we had attendees from the Europe to California.
Why did we…
In the the couple of years I have been involved in the SQL Server community I have noticed that there is an issue with third-party product driven sessions or sponsor sessions at events. The argument I usually hear against these sessions is that organizers are concerned about the event becoming… Read more
It was great as it generated several comments and I was able to take the time to answer them this morning. I love… Read more
Tonight is the January meeting for OPASS and we have a great schedule for the evening.
Robert Hurwitz a developer for the Florida K-12 online public schools will be doing a mini-presentation on Automating Index Maintenance from 6:15 to 6:30 and out main presentation will be by Andy Leonard (@AndyLeonard)… Read more