If you check my schedule, you'll see my summer and early Fall are spent mostly close to home. This is a good thing, because I have a book to write!
But starting in October, I'll be gone at least every other week, with two trips to Europe and one to the East Coast of the US.
In early October, I'll be presenting at a multi-city Summit for the Stockholm-based training company, Cornerstone. Although I've been to Stockholm several times, the Summit will take me to 3 other Swedish cities which I have never visited. And of course, one of the best parts of the trip is that I'll get to spend time with my good friend Tibor.
Following that is a private class in Connecticut, where I have several very good friends, including MVP Roy Harvey.
In early November, I am very excited to be presenting 3 seminars in the UK for SQLKnowHow. This is a collaboration of UK-based SQL Server consultants and trainers who are putting together a whole suite of events. I'll be presenting two one-day seminars and one three-day seminar, and getting to work with my friend Tony, as well as his partners Simon Sabin, Allan Mitchell Darren Green.
I'll get back from the UK in time to go to Colorado Springs to help my mother celebrate her 90th birthday.
Near the end of November is the big PASS conference, at which I'll be delivering a pre-conference seminar, as well as a spotlight session.
In early December, I finish out my year's travels with a 5-day public class at my oldest partner, SQL Soft+. It's in Portland, Oregon, which is about a 3.5 hour drive for me, so I can take my own car, and not worry about those silly airline baggage restrictions!
I hope to see many of you at some point in my travels!