Its been a busy start to the year

, 2016-02-05

Its been a busy start to the year at gethynellis.com. I have been involved in a Big Data training courses in Alexandria - a suberb of DC, followed by the same course running again in London a week later. This  was followed by a SQL Server 2012 skills upgrade course in New York. At the start of this week I had a meeting in Washingon DC on Monday followed by  a 2 day TSQL training course for a client in Basel Wednesday and Thursday. Its now Friday, I’m feeling a bit like this

Jet Lag

I’m not complaining though, they were very productive and enjoyable trips and the jet lag fortunately doesn’t last too long.

I’m going to be teaching Learning Tree’s Developing SQL Queries for SQL Course in April (19th – 22nd April) if you would like to joing me follow the link to enrol. And if you have any questions please let me know

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