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TechEd Orlando - 4 sessions and lots of friends there too

I got the good news today that I've had 4 sessions accepted in the first round of approvals for TechEd Orlando. Two are in the developer week and two in the IT Pro week. I'm really looking forward to those two weeks as TechEd's are always great events.

Good to see so many of my colleagues also doing sessions. Peter Myers has two precons together with Douglas McDowell and Craig Utley. Peter also has two sessions in the dev week. Adam Machanic is really excited about his first TechEd session coming up. I just know it'll be great so don't miss it. Fernando Guerrero has an interesting session planned, Andrew Kelly has several as does Itzik Ben-Gan both of whom are always great value. Maciej Pilecki also has a session this year that looks excellent.

So a great roll-up from Solid Q.

Our friends at SQL Skills are also doing a number of sessions. Bob Beauchemin has some really interesting looking ones along with a precon and Kim Tripp and Paul Randall are also doing a double-act at a precon.

And great to see another local Jeff Wharton from WardyIT doing a session, hot after winning his Speaker Idol spot at Barcelona! And recent SQL Down Under guest Matthew Roche is there as well.

And that's just some of the info from the SQL tracks. All up, it should be a great event.

Published Tuesday, February 19, 2008 12:18 PM by Greg Low

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Paul Nielsen said:

I'm joining you there Greg and giving a talk in the Architecture Track.

February 18, 2008 9:56 PM

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