The Multifunctioning DBA

Nov 27 2010   10:00AM GMT

SQL Saturday Phoenix Sessions

Colin Smith Colin Smith Profile: Colin Smith

I just checked out the SQL Saturday Phoenix Homepage and I was very impressed by the number of submitted sessions that are on the board and we have a couple of sessions that have been suggested as well. If you head over to the schedule page you will be able to see the sessions that have been submitted and the ones that have been suggested. Notice that nothing has been accepted or turned down at this time. That is because the call for speakers is still open. I am impressed with the sessions that have been submitted thus far and I am hoping to see some more great ones as well. I think that both of the suggested beginner topics are great as well. I would love to see someone in our communitity step up and do sessions on Backups and one on some basic Troubleshooting of Failed jobs. Both have been suggested at a beginner level and I think it would be awsome for someone to step up do a session on these topics. Both are good topics and I am sure will be very helpful to many of the beginners in our community. Lets get more sessions submitted and try to make this event great, if we can do good for our first one then just imagine how great we can make the next one.

Please come out and learn and or teach. I hope to be doing both. You do not need to be an expert at everything or really anything. If you have good knowledge in an area come out and teach the rest of us. We all want to learn more and I bet you have something to teach us all.

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