I Am Speaking At Music City Tech

Angela-Henry, 2018-04-04

I am excited to announce that I have been selected to speak at Music City Tech held at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, May 31 – June 2 2018.  Music City Tech is a multiday event with three simultaneous conferences, Music City Code, Music City Agile and Music City Data.

The schedule has not been posted yet, but I will be presenting two sessions, Data Types Do Matter and What Is Power BI? for the Music City Data Conference.  This is the first year for Music City Data and I am so honored to have been selected to be part of this inaugural event.

This will be my second non-PASS speaking event and I couldn’t be more excited.  There are some great sessions being offered by some really great speakers and I plan to attend as many of them as I can when I am not speaking.  If you are in the Nashville area May 31 – June 2 2018, I suggest you stop by and check it out.  They are even offering early bird pricing for registration through the month of April (while supplies last).

Please stop by to say, “Hello”, I’d love to chat with you.

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