SQLSAT107

Tim Radney, 2012-03-26

SQLSAT107

I was recently selected to speak at SQL Saturday 107 in Houston TX.  I am really excited to be selected from such a great group of folks who submitted.  This will be my second time speaking in TX, but my first time to Houston.

I will already be in Houston for my introduction into the 2012 Idera ACE program and enjoying some early benefits of the program.  It will be a lot of fun getting to hang out with some of the existing ACE’s and most of the new ones.  I am truly a blessed individual.

If you happen to be reading this and live around Houston, make sure to register for the event.  For those not around Houston, well we have LOTS of SQL Saturday’s all over the world.  Make sure to attend one, or plan your own.  Check them out at http://www.sqlsaturday.com

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