Ted Kummert speaking. Talking about SQLFamily and the way this event feels like a family reunion (it does) Showing a picture of release date at MS for SQL 2012, wishes we were there (maybe some video next time? Some community people? Shipping software is hard, had to be a good moment) SP1 for SQL 2012 […]Read more "PASS Summit 2012-Wednesday Keynote Part 2"
It’s 8:15 on Wednesday and I’m at the blogger table, hoping for a good to great keynote. First up is Bill Graziano: 3894 attendees at the 14th annual Summit Check web site for PASS TV Asking all the speakers from any PASS event to stand-it’s a long of people Now introducing the current Board of […]Read more "PASS Summit 2012-Wednesday Keynote Part 1"
If you’re in Seattle for the PASS Summit and would like a chance to meet some new people in a relaxed and informal setting good for conversation join us tonight at Gordon Biersch (note, new location this year!) from 6-9 pm. It’s just a couple blocks from the Convention Center. We’ll greet you at the […]Read more "Reminder & Invitation–Networking Dinner Tonight"
I started this trip with a 4:30 am wake up on Sunday to be at the airport for the direct but painfully long six and a half hour flight from Orlando to Seattle at 7:30. Ran into Rodney Landrum in line to check my bag for the same flight, talked shop a little as the […]Read more "PASS Summit 2012-Part 1"
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I like reading and while I read more on an e-reader than I used to, I still prefer the printed kind and with that comes some old fashioned thoughts about how books are treated. I’m on the flight to Seattle as I write this and I glanced across the aisle to see a man circling […]Read more "Marking Up Books"
I tend to take it for granted and I imagine most of you do as well, but not everyone is good at debugging and/or troubleshooting. I was reminded of this – again – recently when I had some issues with my truck. It started with the ‘check engine’ light coming on. I didn’t see any […]Read more "Debugging Isn’t an Obvious or Easy Skill"