Come See Me. I’ll Probably Be Just Down the Street Soon!

Even though I’ve recently changed jobs, I’ll still be speaking at a lot of SQL events across the country and internationally.  There are still a few trips that I’ve yet to finalize, in particular with the fine folks in Houston, run by my friend Nancy Hidy (blog | twitter), and my friends in San Francisco and Silicon Valley, run by my friend Mark Ginnebaugh (blog | twitter).  Also, do to some missed deadlines, it looks like I won’t be speaking at the Nordic SQL Rally this fall. My bad!  On the other hand, you can see when checking my roster, that I hardly have time to catch my breath with this travel schedule.

I’ll also be doing several on-line events with the PASS Professional Development Virtual Chapter, run by Mark Caldwell (blog | twitter), through out the year.

Here’s what’s on the docket up through the start of the holiday season:

New York City

SQL Saturday 158, August 4

The Colorado User Group Tour

Boulder PASS user group meeting, August 14

Colorado Springs PASS user group meeting, August 15 (Register here for Colorado Springs PASS user group meeting).

Denver PASS user group meeting, August 16

Comatose, August 17 (Not an actual city in CO).


SQL Saturday Performance Tuning Pre-Con, September 28

SQL Saturday 151, September 29


SSWUG 2012 Fall vConference, Oct 2-4, (Please register using code ‘VCKEVIN’. I will personally hug you, virtually.)


SQL Saturday Performance Tuning Pre-Con, October 5

SQL Saturday 165, October 6

Cedar Rapids

East Iowa PASS user group meeting, Oct 8 TBD

Quad City PASS user group meeting, Oct 9 TBD

Nashville (Go Titans!)

SQL Saturday Leadership Skills for IT Pros Pre-Con, October 12

SQL Saturday 145, October 13


SQL Connections, Las Vegas, Nov 1-4

PASS Summit 2012, Seattle, Nov 6-9


Let me know if you’re nearby and if you’re coming to any of these events.  I’d enjoy seeing you personally and getting a chance to shake your hand!

Hope to see you soon,


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