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Comments on PASS Community Summit 2002


Comments on PASS Community Summit 2002

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Andy Warren
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Thanks a bunch for the article. I didn't go to PASS and now I wish I had. I'm also from Orlando and I've made that Seattle trip before - it's a bear.

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Nice writeup and accurate. I went to the first PASS in Chicago and this one was much better. Saw some good presentations, some average, but not that many since we were presenting and working on getting those down.

I recommend this one for DBAs since it is focused on SQL Server, no Windows, no SMS, etc. It's a nice chance to meet others, hear about their issues and get some good ideas. Also it's fairly small, so you can get to most things you want to see.

Look forward to seeing some of you readers next year.

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Great article on PASS. I traveled from New England to attend, well worth the long trip, thoroughly enjoyed the conference. Was somewhat disappointed in keynote speaker (Gord Mangione), thought it leaned a bit too much toward marketing, was hoping for some good previews on Yukon. Great conference in a great city!



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