SQLSat 54

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Published on: October 1, 2010

Wow, I have really been kinda slow in the blog department for a couple of weeks now.  I have a few things in queue that i will be letting out within the next week.

I got notice today that I have a presentation on the slate for SQL Saturday #54 – woohoo.  I was honestly unsure of whether I would be able to present.  I was hopeful but this is a new venture for me.  I hope to get to meet some of you at SQL Saturday 54.

You can find more info on it here.  You should be able to read my little blurb for the presentation as well as find a bit of a bio about me there.

BTW, I am a bit stoked to be able to do this in the community.

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