We have a solid tradition here in Orlando of offering some all day classes the Thursday and Friday before SQLSaturday. It started way back at #1 when we brought Joe Celko to town! It’s a way to give our local community the chance to do some deeper learning at a relatively inexpensive price – $120 […]Read more "SQLSaturday Orlando 2015–Classes on Thursday and Friday for Even More Learning"
We’re planning to run one or two (or maybe even three) seminars (aka pre-cons) in conjunction with SQLSaturday Orlando 2015. What are we looking for? An interesting topic. I know that’s vague, so let’s say we want a topic that will be of interest to 15+ people willing to pay to attend. A good abstract. […]Read more "Seeking Full Day Seminars For The Friday Before SQLSaturday Orlando 2015"
On September 25, 2014 we’re pleased to have David Pless presenting an all day seminar on Enterprise Management and Monitoring Solutions with SQL Server 2012 / 2014. On September 26, 2014 we have Jason Horner presenting Zero to Dimensional Modeling Hero. Each seminar is $120 and includes lunch. Registration is open!Read more "Announcing the 2014 SQLSaturday Orlando Seminars"
Most managers and employers distinguish between attending a conference and training. We (the royal SQL community we) offer quite a few one day seminars during the year that clearly fit that simple definition of training, but I don’t think we’re closing the loop. We should be giving them/sending them a nice printed certificate of completion, […]Read more "Certificates of Completion for SQL Seminars"
I read a note posted on the OPASS LinkedIn site today about our upcoming SQLSaturday and the two pre-cons by Stacia Misner and Kevin Kline. I say and think pre-cons, but does the new DBA? Their boss? Seminar, One Day Class, or something else, we need to call it something that resonates. Pre-con is in […]Read more "Say Seminar, Not Pre-Con for SQLSaturday"