Yes, I am a square, but not the way my wife thinks.

Wesley Brown, 2009-10-21

I’ll be on the Twitter Bingo card along with a lot of other great SQL Server folks at Pass! Quest Software/SQLServerPedia are sponsoring this event. This is an opportunity for you to meet lots of folks and expand your circle of SQL friends. It’s also a great opportunity for me to meet you! I spend quit a bit of time at the PASS conference meeting new people and making friends. The rules are here. They will have some cards at the Quest booth, if you need one just let me know I’ll make sure you get in the game. I’ll be updating my location via twitter through the day. To be honest though you can usually hear me from several blocks away, so you shouldn’t have any problems finding me!

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