I had a blast Saturday at Raleigh Code Camp! As usual, Dugald Wilson and crew put on a great community event! Kudos to all involved.
Richmond Code Camp is 3 Oct - less than two weeks away. Like the organizers of Raleigh Code Camp and similar community events, the organizers of Richmond Code Camp have been planning for months. We have a record number registered, and there's still two weeks remaining! You can register for Richmond Code Camp here, and check out the cool sessions here.
After Richmond Code Camp, I'm presenting a day-long course entitled From Zero to SSIS in Orlando 15 Oct, followed by a talk on Database Development at SQL Satruday #21 in Orlando 17 Oct.
Following SQL Saturday #21, there's the PASS Summit 2009! I'm honored to be presenting a spotlight session titled Applied SSIS Design Patterns, and psyched to be presenting A Tale of Careers and User Groups. In A Tale of Careers and User Groups, I talk about the success of the Richmond Developer Community and share our secrets. This is my first time presenting a spotlight session and also my first presentation in the Professional Development track. How cool!
I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at these events. If you read this blog and will be in attendance, please introduce yourself!