Headed to Cocoa for SQLSaturday #231

Andy Warren, 2013-07-26

I’m leaving mid-morning today to drive to Cocoa with my family for a beach weekend and SQLSaturday #231. I’ll be presenting PCI for the SQL DBA and I’m really looking forward to it. I did a virtual presentation of it earlier this month and it ran long, so I’ve made some adjustments and can’t wait to get the immediate feedback from interacting with the attendees.

It’s also the un-official end of summer for me. Kids go back to school in mid August so there are things to do to get ready, and it’s time for me to find the next job. More on that next week.

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