I’ve been a little busy over the past few weeks; what with us taking a planned outage at work to perform a fairly major upgrade of both server hardware and clustering software, the Wellington SQL Server User Group keeping me on my toes as usual, and finally the up-coming Wellington SQLSaturday event we’re planning for April.
That last point is what I ‘m getting all excited about (well, as excited as I get at 01:20 on a Saturday morning). Our call for speakers closed a few days ago, and we seriously hit the jackpot as far as sessions go.
Initially I was panicking that we wouldn’t have enough content for a single track (let alone the 2 I was hoping to have) – but now my biggest problem is that I have more than twice the number of sessions as timeslots available (yes, even across 2 tracks!). This is a good problem to have.
I’m going to try to finish off and publish the schedule by early next week – but until then here’s a sneak peak at the speaker list (this is by no means a complete list – just a few names I can remember off the top of my head):
Between the various speakers, we’ve got a nice mix of topics covering everything from core SQL Server internals through to a range of Business Intelligence related sessions. There should definitely be something for all skill levels.