SQL Rally Precon Vote Results

Devin-Knight, 2010-11-12

The votes have all been tabulated and during PASS this week the top pre conference seminars were announced for SQL Rally.  Thankfully our Business Intelligence Workshop session won!  I want to thank you all for taking the time to vote for Patrick, Adam, Mike, and myself.  I promise we will give you all a fantastic day of BI with plenty of laughs to keep it entertaining. 

I also want to thank all others who submitted because no matter how the votes landed we would have ended with some great sessions.  I look forward to the entire event May 11-13 and hope to see you all there.  Sessions can now be submitted and be sure to check out the website for updates on the event at www.sqlrally.com.

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