This upcoming weekend will mark a first for me. I get to speak at SQL Saturday 287 in Madison, WI. This will be my first time speaking at this particular event and I’m very much looking forward to it.
I’m also bringing my family along for the ride as my wife has relatives in the area so we are making a vacation out of the trip. Nothing like a mini-vacation with some #sqlawesomesauce mixed in! Whoo Hoo!!
So if you have nothing better to do on Saturday, March 28, 2014, come on out and get your learn on. The schedule for this event is quite impressive and there will be a TON of things to learn. Come, join us and learn something. As my wise father always told me, you should never stop learning.
Oh yeah, I’m speaking!
Social media is every where these days and if you’re not on the train, you could be missing out. This session is about how you can use social media to improve not only your professional life, but your personal one as well. This session isn’t geared to specifically geeks (totally non-technical), but to anybody who wishes to improve their online presence through the use of social networking. It’s a fun session and I hope that the attendee’s enjoy it!!
HINT: I’ll show you how to get free SQL Server help from one of the popular social networks. How would you like to tell your management that you solved a real world enterprise level issue with the help of social media? For free?
Better yet, if someone in the audience would have a SQL question that they want answered, we’ll see if we can get the #sqlfamily to help out. I’m guessing that we will!
You might even see reference to a popular YouTube video.
Can you really pass up on free training? Ok, even with lunch it’s only $10! So if you’re still on the fence on attending, get off the fence, register, come on out and learn something. Meet some new people. Grab some swag and a fantastic lunch. I promise you that the speakers won’t bite. Register now!!
Get your learn on! I triple dog dare you!
Why are you still here? Go. Register. Do it now! See you in Madison!
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