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While working on several other items earlier tonight, I remembered that the PASS Keynotes were on the PASS website from this past Summit.  Perhaps one of the best keynotes that I had heard in sometime was by Dr. David DeWitt.  This keynote was more like a classroom lecture than a marketing keynote.  If you had slept in on Friday morning at the summit and missed this keynote, you missed the best one.  If you didn't attend the PASS Community Summit in 2008, you can view this (and the other keynotes) for free.  Just visit the following link:

http://www.sqlpass.org/LearningCenter/SummitOnDemand.aspx

There are several other top-rated sessions available for everyone to see as well.  Take a step to improve your knowledge this week and enjoy your lunch in front of your computer and learn about the future of databases.

Published Wednesday, February 25, 2009 12:42 AM by RickHeiges

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AaronBertrand said:

Why on earth would someone rate this post as "poor"?  That's just insulting.  If it doesn't interest you, move on.  It's not like the post was poorly written or that it included incorrect information or bad advice.

Funny though that the poor rating in the front page roller is what caused me to come in here and read it in the first place.  :-)

Personally I think you shouldn't be able to rate something unless you also have to pick from a drop-down about why and/or include some qualitative feedback (free text) to accompany your rating.

February 26, 2009 2:23 PM
 

RickHeiges said:

It may have been the other keynote speakers who rated it since I didn't mention them.  :-)

February 27, 2009 3:59 PM

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