I’m looking over the new SQLSaturday site as a consumer for the first time, seeing a few things: I don’t see a place to find the preferred hotel? I found that useful in the past. I really, really wish seminar registration had been baked in. It’s still ad hoc. Seems like this should be top […]Read more "Notes on the Updated SQLSaturday Web Site"
I’m actually half way there as I write this, stopped to stretch and get something to drink, start thinking about what I want to think about during the event. What’s to think about? Here’s my list so far: Remember to meet 3 new people. Easy to forget to do this. Starting at the speaker party […]Read more "Headed to Jacksonville for SQLSaturday"
No, I still have both of mine. Yesterday I stopped at lunch for Wendy’s. One person in line in front of us. Guy places his order, hands over the credit card, and the cashier is just about to hand the card back when he decides he wants two more of something. Rather than just doing […]Read more "I Need a Thumb"
INETA is shutting down at the end of this year. I’ve only been involved in INETA a bit. I was invited to join in one of their meetings of group leaders in Orlando way back in 2005? 2007? Good meeting as I remember it. They gave us time to talk to each other and it […]Read more "Thoughts on INETA Shutting Down At the End of 2015"
Two weeks ago on Saturday morning I got a push notification on my phone from American Express that a potential fraudulent use of my card had been attempted and denied 14 seconds earlier. I had loaded the phone app just to try it out and I think I had used it once, so it was […]Read more "Someone Stole My Credit Card Number"
I’ve been talking to Team Orlando recently about following the great example set by Code Camp Orlando for celebrating 10 annual events. Our first was in 2007. That is an impressive run. We’ve been lucky to be able to transition leadership of the event many times, from me to Jack Corbett to Karla Landrum to […]Read more "Thinking Ahead to SQLSaturday Orlando 2016-Tenth Anniversary"