PASS Summit 2015 – Guess What?

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Published on: July 13, 2015

Quick run the other way!

PASS Summit will never be the same!

Why?

Well, because for the first time in the history of me, I have been selected to speak at such a prestigious event.

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Isn’t that just crazy?

In some ways it seems crazy. When I received the email I was exhilarated and completely astonished. I had hoped I would be selected, but did not entirely think it would happen this year.

I have to confess that I am honored to be one of the many to have been selected. This is really cool. You may be wondering why I am blogging about this opportunity soooo late after the speakers were announced. Well, the answer is rather straight forward. Life has been a bit crazy the past few weeks.

The last night of SQL Cruise I received a phone call from my family letting me know that my grandfather had become fatally ill. I spent the next several days with him in the hospital until he passed away a week later. Then there were the holidays and the funeral. And to cap that off, I flew down to Phoenix to speak to the two user groups last week. SO, it has been a whirlwind!

All of that said, I am announcing it now and really am excited to be a apart of such an AWESOME event.

Now for the surprise.

When I discovered which session had been selected, I was very surprised. I expected one of my Extended Events sessions to be picked. Nope! Instead, one of my other fun sessions was picked. We will be talking about Compression in SQL Server at Summit.

I am hopeful we are able to make this an exciting and enjoyable session for the attendees. I hope the attendees will also be able to take the information home and be able to use it for better (or worse) in their environments.

I do hope to see many of you in attendance. On the agenda for the attendees in this session will be:

  1. Dive into functions available to help learn about compression
  2. Evaluation of compression settings and possible savings
  3. Dive into the Pages
  4. A quick look at the CD and compressed data types
  5. Levity

Of course, I could just decide to change this on a whim – buahaha!

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