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  • SQLTeach – Vancouver – PASS Board Report

    I'm writing this at 39K feet on a United 757 flying home to Denver. This week was SQLTeach in Vancouver followed by the PASS Board meeting in Redmond. SQLTeach is a smaller (400-500 attendees fits in a hotel) developer/SQL conference organized by Jean-Rene that rotates across Canada (Montreal - Vancouver - Toronto). This is my third SQL Teach and ...
    Posted to Paul Nielsen (Weblog) by Paul Nielsen on December 1, 2007
  • Live From DevLINK in Nashville, TN

    I’m in Nashville for the second DevLink conference with about 400 others. This multi-technology conference has a fun code-camp feel, with the fixings of the full conference and a few special touches that set it apart from the big conferences – things like hand-written thank you notes for the speakers, and Rik Roberts - an hilarious comedian ...
    Posted to Paul Nielsen (Weblog) by Paul Nielsen on October 12, 2007
  • Upcoming speaking events

    I know I’ve been neglecting my blog lately, but I at least have a valid excuse this time. Four weeks ago, I received two emails on a single day, both inviting me to speak at two different Dutch events that will be held in the same week.   I replied “yes” to both mails, and since have been preparing my sessions. For those readers who would ...
  • Going to Dublin

    I still lack the time to blog about proper hardcore SQL stuff, but I do want to make a quick post to let you all know about a great conference that I’ll be attending and speaking at.   I’m talking about the Irish Microsoft Technology Conference, to be held in Dublin, Ireland later this week (June 7th, to be precise). I am particularly ...
  • DevTeach/SqlTeach 2007 followup

    As Peter DeBetta already mentioned in his post, a few of SqlBlog-ers including myself were at the DevTeach/SqlTeach conference in Montreal. It was great to catch up with everybody and as always, there wasn't enough time to hang out with the fellow speakers, attend all the good sessions and enjoy the Montreal nightlife. Peter and I did a duet ...
    Posted to Roman Rehak (Weblog) by roman on May 22, 2007
  • News: DevTeach, TechEd, and SQLblog Sundries...

    I know I have been a slacker when it comes to posting lately, but I have been on the road quite a bit of late and will finally have some time at home over the next 2 weeks and have some new topics that I should be posting about during that time. As for DevTeach, SQLblog had a great presence at the SQLTeach part of the conference here in Montreal, ...
    Posted to Peter DeBetta's SQL Programming Blog (Weblog) by Peter DeBetta on May 18, 2007
  • SQL Teach in Montreal

    Montreal is one of my favorite places, and May 14-17 is the SQL teach Conference in Montreal. I'd like to invite you to my pre-con, Design and Optimization Best-Practices with SQL Server 2005. If you've always believed that the design of the database determines it's success, but couldn't quite put your finger on exactly how to design a ...
    Posted to Paul Nielsen (Weblog) by Paul Nielsen on April 10, 2007
  • DevWeek Downloads

    For all those who attended any of my talks at DevWeek In London last week, I have included any changed slide decks and code samples in the attached zip file (at bottom of post). Enjoy!
    Posted to Peter DeBetta's SQL Programming Blog (Weblog) by Peter DeBetta on March 9, 2007
  • Microsoft Business Intelligence Conference 2007 website live

    The Microsoft Business Intelligence Conference 2007 website is now live. The conference is scheduled on May 9-11, 2007, in Seattle, WA. It's not a ''traditional'' Microsoft technical conference like TechEd and PDC: it's targeted more on project managers, decision makers, IT manager... and, yes, also IT professionals, but this indicates to me that ...
    Posted to SQLBI - Marco Russo (Weblog) by sqlbi on January 14, 2007
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