I have been selected to speak at one of my favourite SQLSaturdays – in Ljubljana. I will be presenting my session “Replication: What, How, Why” which I have presented before at a few other events.
As I understand it, the event is actually full up. This means two things:
You are registered and will be attending: Yay for you, please make sure you do attend. If you can’t attend, please make sure to de-register so that other people may have the chance to attend instead.
You are not registered and would like to come: Put your name on the waiting list and hope that you can attend.
I’m really looking forward to coming to Ljubljana again, it is one of my favourite cities and is especially beautiful in the winter.
If you can make it to SQLSaturday Slovenia, come and say “Hi”. I’ll only be on a flying visit, landing in Slovenia on Saturday and leaving again on Sunday, but I intend to enjoy myself for the brief time I’m there.
I have had this down on my calendar for a while and forgot to mention it, but I will be coming over to speak in the UK again in July this year.
The SQL Soton User Group leaders John Martin (twitter) and Steph Middleton (twitter) are putting on a one-day SQL Server event (not a SQL Saturday, but similar in setup) and asked me if I would come and speak,
I will be presenting my seemingly popular “Replication: What, How and Why?” session along with a bunch of other speakers from around Europe. We’ll be a single track of one hour sessions, starting in the morning and going into the late afternoon. I’m sure there will be plenty of opportunity to chat about all sorts of topics on the sidelines too. It looks like it will be a fun time and it would be great to see some new or old faces around.
The whole thing is taking place in Southampton on the 12th of July – the weekend before SQLBits, so if you can’t wait for that (or can’t make it to Bits), then SQL at the Weekend is the thing for you.
Just a quick post to say that I have been chosen to speak at SQL Saturday 313 in Sankt Augustin near Bonn in Germany!
This is my first speaking engagement in my home country and I am really looking forward to it. I will be doing a talk on Replication Troubleshooting where I hope to explain how replication can go wrong and how to go about fixing it.
I am unsure whether to try out a session in German or English, I will make the choice on the day – depending on the audience,
Either way, I’m sure it will be a fun day. There are a lot of really good speakers and sessions lined up, so you are guaranteed to have a good time. If you are attending, come and see my session or just have a chat.
After a long time and plenty of prodding by a few SQL People I have finally submitted and been chosen to speak at SQL Saturday 194 in Exeter on the 9th of March.
My talk: Database Replication – What, How and Why will be about SQL Server Replication (surprise, surprise). I’ll be trying to explain the ins and outs of how replication works inside SQL Server and go into what components make up replication. I will finish up explaining when/why you would use replication.
I chose this topic because I work with replication on a daily basis and it seems to be a rare topic at conferences. The reasoning for that could be that a) no-one uses replication or b) no-one wants to talk about it. Either way, I was chosen and that means I am now knuckling down and trying to patch together a semi-coherent presentation on the topic.
Luckily I have a few people that are going to be there offering moral support (I hope). I am also on the volunteer team so that I can busy myself before my session to hopefully keep my nerves in check.
If you haven’t already booked and you are able to make it down to Exeter, take a look at the schedule and I am sure you’ll be convinced that it would be a good use of your time. Just look at the speaker line-up, some of the biggest and best names from around the world will be speaking, so please register and come and see some excellent content…… for free!
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