Upcoming SQLSaturday Events in Omaha and Atlanta!

I’ve had enough time off from traveling after my surgery to finally travel again.  First on the circuit , set for August 27th, is Omaha, Nebraska and SQL Saturday #91.  As a former Crimson Tide alum, I was stoked about going to the University of Nebraska, our once and future rivals on the Grid Iron.  But after a moment’s confusion, I remembered that the Huskers are over in Lincoln, not Omaha.  (May Bear have mercy on my soul.)

Almost all of the speakers are friends.  Many are Microsoft MVPs.  So it’ll be great to catch up with these fine folks and, I hope, get a chance to meet many attendees.  I’ll be doing three of my favorite presentations: SQL Server Internals & Architecture, End-to-End Troubleshooting for Microsoft SQL Server, and Top Ten Most Crucial DBA Mistakes.  As I write this, I realize that I’ve got to get busy and post those other slide decks in the slides section of my website!

I’ll also be visiting a few customers for the two days before hand, signing a few books, and otherwise trying to be productive.  In the parlance of my employer, that means helping with sales.

Next month, on September 17th, I’ll be speaking at the Atlanta SQL Saturday #89.  I’m presenting just one session at the event itself, though I’ll be hanging out at the Quest booth much of the time. If possible, I’m also going to spend as much time as I can in Bob Ward’s sessions.

In addition, I’ll be presenting a full day pre-conference seminar on Friday, September 16th covering all sorts of SQL Server performance tuning and optimization content.  There are only a few seats left, so if you’re so inclined REGISTER HERE ASAP.  All attendees will be getting a big goodie bag with posters, a signed copy of one of my books, and a T-Shirt.

Atlanta is an easy 4-hour drive from Nashville.  And the weather is usually great in September.  So this should be a fun event in every way!


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