Should I ask my boss to send me to PASS?

Published On: 2008-10-22By:

I would say that yes you should. The PASS summit is an excellent learning opportunity that simply shouldn’t be missed if you can’t avoid it.

No matter how much you think you know about SQL Server, there is always more to learn.

I tend to think I know quite a bit about SQL Server and I enjoy going to PASS, because there is so much that I don’t know about SQL Server, this is a great opportunity to learn from some of the best minds in the SQL Server community and Microsoft.

You can still register for the summit on the PASS Community Summit 2008 web page.

I hope to see you there.

Denny


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One response to “Should I ask my boss to send me to PASS?”

  1. MarlonR says:

    Hey Denny,

    I’m looking forward to attend *ALL* your sessions at Southern California Code Camp Los Angeles!

    Back in January at So Cal Code Camp Fullerton, I picked your Service Broker Session to be my Best Session.

    I am particularly looking at “Storage For DBA” and “Database Scaling”. I am sure your “Back To Basics” will be a big hit again this time (from what I heard, you have a good number of audience in San Diego Code Camp in June)

    -[A href=”http://dbalink.wordpress.com/”]Marlon Ribunal[/A]

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