I was just browsing the results of the presentations at SQLRally 2012. I ended up with a evaluation average of 1.13 (on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being good) for the one I did on professional development. To put that in perspective the highest rating for a session was 1.02 and the […]Read more "SQLRally 2012 Eval Scores"
My presentation on Professional Development Plans ended up being ranked 47th out of 190, with an overall score of 4.63. The range is 1-5 with 5 being good, but it’s also a game of inches. If my score had been 4.5 I would have dropped to 90th place. Solidly in the middle of the pack […]Read more "PASS Summit 2011 Eval Results"
I’m leaving Orlando early Friday morning to drive up to Columbia for SQLSaturday #48 . By the time I changed planes in Atlanta and dealt with a rental car, I figure it was a toss up on time. Longer drive than I prefer, anything over 2 hours gets old for me in a hurry, but […]Read more "Presenting at SQLSaturday #48 in Columbia, SC This Weekend"
SQLSaturday #48 is October 2nd, 2010, at Midlands Technical College in West Columbia, SC. I’ll be doing two presentations, one on Building a Professional Development Plan (practice for Summit!) and the other is DBA 101: The Basics. The latter is a presentation Steve Jones wrote and Brian Kelley asked if I would do instead of […]Read more "Speaking at SQLSaturday #48 in Columbia, SC"