The Multifunctioning DBA

Feb 18 2011   10:29PM GMT

SQL Saturday Presenters Dinner

Colin Smith Colin Smith Profile: Colin Smith

So it is Friday before the big event and many of the speakers for tomorrows event are getting together for dinner tonight. I am really looking forward to this and I am about to pack up my stuff for the day and head over to dinner. This is a long drive for me but should be a lot of fun. I am looking forward to meeting so many smart people that work in the trenches everyday like I do. I am bit intimidated though, I am not sure I am worhty of being at the table with some of these people. I am very excited to see if I can hold my own though. Either way I am sure it will be a fun and educational night and a great way to get ready for the big day tomorrow. As I have said before I think I am ready to present and I do not think I will be too nervous after giving my session to my co-workers who are also very smart and I respect them all. And I think that they all respect me still after giving them my presentation. I think I have all the nerves worked out but I will not really know until it is time to stand up and speak in front of the attendees. I am worried that I will not have many people attending my session and I really hope that is not the case. But more importantly I really hope that I will be able to get good information out and show some DBA’s why Powershell is a great tool.

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