Speaking at DATA:Scotland

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Pinch me…

Having only spoken once before at the amazing Belfast SQL Server User Group in January this year, I was talked around to throwing in a submission into speaking at DATA:Scotland.

Then on the first of May this year, I got an epic “pinch me” moment.

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DATA:Scotland

DATA:Scotland is an annual, free training conference for all things DATA set in the lovely city of Glasgow, Scotland.

I stress the DATA in that sentence as it is not just confined to SQL Server but all things data related. Which is a sentiment that I am extremely fond of. We are Data Professionals after all.

Having visited Glasgow before for work but never having a chance to fully take it in, I’m looking forward to enjoying the conference and then playing the tourist in the city.

Need Validation?

I’ll be speaking about dbachecks in Conference Room 6, from 13:45 on the Friday. Come on in and check it out!

In case you can’t make my session, there’s many more other valuable sessions to check out and networking to do. Don’t miss out!

Now to obsessively prepare until then…

Automating Conference Speaker Notifications

In case I, as a volunteer, fall asleep from lack of coffee 🙂

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Link to script: https://github.com/shaneis/RandomScripts/commit/9d6967fa56a75342f00e5ddbcd066adc387f2618

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