Oh my god, what have I gotten myself into?

In case you aren’t on twitter, at about 5pm (Pacific time) yesterday PASS sent out the emails to the people who have had their pre/post con sessions selected, and apparently Tim Ford (Blog | Twitter) was drinking heavily because I got my pre/post con approved.  Allen White (Blog | Twitter) also had one approved.  Over the next day or so others people should pop-up saying that they were approved as well.

Now in case you haven’t heard of a pre/post con I’ll give you the skinny.

It’s a 7 hour presentation, that people are paying to attend.

As I’ve had mine selected, for the low, low price of $395 you can come and catch a deep dive (or as deep as we can go in 7 hours) or storage and virtualization in my “Storage and Virtualization for the DBA” session.  Now I don’t know yet if this will be a pre or a post con as they haven’t announced the schedule.

I’ve also got a spotlight session picked up.  The spotlight sessions are 15 minutes longer than the regular sessions (so 90 minutes) which will give us lost of time to talk about the what and how of SQL Service Broker in my “Getting SQL Service Broker up and Running” session.

I hope to see you at both sessions, but if not I better see you at PASS.

Denny

As soon as PASS has the marketing materials and the abstracts up, I’ll be sure to point a link to them.

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3 Responses

  1. A day on storage and virtualization would actually be really good for me. I will have to see if I can swing that.

    Are you covering both HyperV and VmWare?

  2. In my shop I use VMware not Hyper-V, so there will probably be a little more VMware than Hyper-V, but I try to give each product equal time when talking about them as I’m trying to talk about the technology not a specific product.

    Hopefully I’ll see you there.

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