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Kalen Delaney

Did You Know? My PASS Demo Scripts are Up (and other news)!

And so another PASS Summit passes into history. It was an awesome week, filled with old friends and new, and lots of superlative technical content! My Hekaton book was released just in time, and it was great seeing the excitement. Red Gate gave away all the copies they had, the bookstore sold all they had, and I gave away 20 in my sessions.

There's also a review of my book up already: http://www.i-programmer.info/bookreviews/21-database/7950-sql-server-internals-in-memory-oltp.html  

My PASS Demo scripts are now available on my website. Just go to www.SQLServerInternals.com and click on Resources in the left-hand menu, and then choose Conference Content.

The winners of my book giveaway were announced on Twitter, and email was sent out. I thought I was going to have to say that one of the winners had not yet responded, but just as I started writing, the sixth winner’s  email arrived.  I’m still scrambling to get caught up on everything that got put off while I was at the MVP Summit and PASS Summit last week, but I hope to have the books shipped by the end of this week.

Here’s the list:

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And now that PASS is over, my next project is updating my SQL Server Internals course to SQL Server 2014. The first public delivery will be in Stockholm in February.  Check my schedule for more details: http://sqlserverinternals.com/kalens-schedule/

We are having a glorious Autumn here in the Beautiful Pacific Northwest. I hope you are enjoying your Autumn (or Spring in the Southern Hemisphere) as much as I am enjoying it here!

 

~Kalen

Published Monday, November 10, 2014 3:48 PM by Kalen Delaney
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Rob Farley said:

It was good to see you, K... I should've grabbed a copy of your book - they're always classics.

November 10, 2014 6:39 PM

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