This week I’ve got a few speaking events to let everyone know about.
On Tuesday April 6th, at 6pm I’ll be speaking to the LA C# User Group. The meeting is held at the Manhattan Beach Library at 1320 Highland Ave in Manhattan Beach, CA 90266. The group asks for $7 (or $5 is you RSVP by 3pm).
On Wednesday April 7th,, at 6pm I’ll be speaking to the SoCalDotNet User Group. The meeting is held at Partners Consulting at 7101 Village Dr, Buena Park, CA. The group asks for $7 (or $5 is you RSVP by 3pm).
At both user group meetings I’ll be giving the same presentation “Back To Basics; Getting Back To The Basics of SQL Server“.
Also on Wednesday I’ll be attending and answering questions at the SSWUG vConference. My sessions are from 9:30a-10:30a, 10:30a-11:30a and 12:00p-1:00p (all times are pacific). If you haven’t registered yet, don’t forget to use my discount code DCSPVC10 to save $30.00.
Now on the 6th and 7th I’ll be work at Starbucks in the afternoons so that I don’t have to sit in traffic for ever. On the 6th I’ll be at the Starbucks at 233 Manhattan Beach Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA. On the 7th I’ll be at the Starbucks at 7711 Beach Blvd, Buena Park, CA. I’ll probably get there about 2pm or so on each day if anyone wants to come and hang out before the meeting. Keep an eye on my Twitter stream (@mrdenny) as I’ll be posting where I’m at as I get there.
On Thursday I’ll be up in Redmond, WA at a Tweet Up with Donald Farmer on the Microsoft Campus. Sadly its a private event so I can’t invite everyone to show up and hang out.
Sometime on Friday (or on Thursday after the Tweet Up) my friends Jorge Segarra (@SQLChicken), Sean and Jen McCown (@MidnightDBA) and I will be recording a pod cast. The topic of our DBAs@Midnight recording will be plagiarism; a topic which there has been a lot of discussion about recently on Twitter. Should be a good time recording this. Once I know when Sean and Jen get it posted I’ll be sure to send out the link.
Hopefully I don’t have to get a whole lot of my normal work done this week. If I do, I’m not sure when I’m actually going to be able to.