Earlier this year as I thought about what I wanted to try in Orlando related to the SQL community and thought about the time commitment, I realized it was also “time” to think about what comes next for me. I came up with this: I want fewer ongoing commitments so I can spent that time […]Read more "The Two Year Plan"
Late notes! Great signs at the event, all hand written on flip chart paper. Cheap and effective, the “different” nature of the signs made them easy to spot Rooms were scattered again. Not much to be done, we take what’s available, but it does add a little bit of friction The acoustics in the main […]Read more "Notes from SQLSaturday Tampa 2019"
I’ll be in South Florida again this year and will stay over as usual for a couple days of vacation. I see Brent is attending; I’ll have to make sure we’re not scheduled at the same time so that he gets a few attendees in his session! I had not planned to travel outside Florida […]Read more "SQLSaturday Atlanta & South Florida 2019"
SQLSaturday Jacksonville 2019 is scheduled for May 4, 2019. The call for speakers closes on March 5.Read more "Call for Speakers – SQLSaturday Jacksonville 2019"
SQLSaturday Tampa just went live and the call for speakers is open through February 23, 2019. I’ll be attending, hope to see you there!Read more "Call for Speakers – SQLSaturday Tampa 2019"
We wrapped up our 12th SQLSaturday here in Orlando two weeks ago. Overall things went well. Registration was just a little higher than last year at 505. Last year we estimated attendance at 300. This year Kendal really worked to get an accurate count and it came in at about 260. Perfect counts aren’t impossible, […]Read more "Notes from SQLSaturday #801 (2018)"
Various and possibly amazing notes: Because I waited too long the best flight I could get was into George Bush instead of Hobby, which meant driving around (literally, on the beltway) Houston and it left at a not-so-fun 7 am on Friday. I got a car from Dollar. Got the cheapest one they had, wasn’t […]Read more "Notes From SQLSaturday Houston 2018"