Time to look at Question #2 of the survey:
Here we just have an age with no additional context. So it makes it a little more interesting to try to figure out what we want to do. This is why it’s so important when defining surveys these days to make sure you’re clear about how you want the answers to look. And it’s easy to do that when you have a good idea of how you plan to use that data. Unfortunately, we can’t revise this survey so we’ll go with what we have.
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I’m finally getting around to doing second T-SQL Tuesday submission. Thanks to Andy Yun (b|t) for hosting this month’s topic!
The topic for this month is a call for growing new speakers. For someone who has never presented (like me), it’s a challenge to step up and start speaking.
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I’m home and unpacked from PASS Summit. I’ve finished putting together my notes from my sessions and I’m getting back to my usual routine. New swag has been set up in my cube at work.
This was the first Summit I’ve been able to attend since 2004. It has changed so much since I was last there that it might as well have been my first time. But I did my homework beforehand so I felt like I knew what was going on and was even able to share with some of the people I had met who hadn’t heard of these things. Like what some of the various official or unofficial activities were going on in the evenings and being able to point out where they could find more info.
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