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, 2010-11-09

And glad to be there. I was gone almost 7 days, home only for 24:15:00 before back out on another trip. Between SQL Connections, and a little setup for the PASS Summit, I was beat.

And behind. I had scheduled out newsletters and editorials, but I came back to over 20 articles submitted in the last week along with a dearth of editorials and blog posts. I had hoped to write some while I was gone, but the days get so long and busy that I really didn't. An attempt on the planes didn't really work either, and I was actually too burned out from the travel to even get coherent thoughts out.

I'll be back with more tomorrow, talking about my impressions of Connections, and a few notes from the pre-PASS Summit as well.

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