Why Event Like SQLInspire Are So Important
Years Ago I helped found PASS “Professional Association of SQL Server”. http://www.sqlpass.org/ Not bad for someone who was also sitting on the Board of Directors for The Independent Oracle Users Group at the time. http://www.ioug.org/ Its important to me as a professional that we invest in our careers. Through these volunteer activities I worked with and met a great number of people. Many of these people I met, I consider friends today. I was able to make a difference in my profession and as a professional I became even stronger.
No matter what technical problem I encountered in my career I was always able to overcome it. As the beetles said a little help from my friends. If I needed help, I would reach out to the many people I had met at these different organizations. Through that network there was always someone who had answer I needed.
When Robert Perl and Brian Moran approached me about participating in SQLInspire I was very excited. As a side notes Brian was someone I had met during the founding of PASS. A real mover and shaker in the SQL Server world. The same can be said about Robert Perl.
I loved the entire concept behind SQLPeople and the event SQLInspire. How many times have your heard the expression it’s not what you know but whom you know. This event was about people, about getting them together and inspiring conversations that help make us better professionals. When I consider the brain trust that will be there and the ticket price of $20.00 this is a no brainer. This event is being done not to make money, but because it’s the right thing to do. I am going to be there and I would encourage anyone who can be there joining us.
The Elevator Pitch For SQLInspire
SQLPeople is hosting an event, SQLInspire, in New York City on November 12th. Come and be inspired by a great line-up of speakers, including Steve Jones, Tom LaRock, Robert Pearl, Michael Coles, Andrew Brust, Michael Corey, and Brian Moran. The focus of this event is work – whether it’s navigating the new job market, getting approval for telecommuting, or finding the right work-life balance. Space is limited so register today!
The Details For The Event
SQLPeople is hosting an event, SQLInspire, in New York City on November 12th. Registration for SQLInspire costs $20, which helps to cover a quality lunch, drinks and snacks through the day. The event will be held in the downtown Microsoft office. (1290 Avenue of the Americas 6th Floor, New York, NY 10104). Here is the registration link…
The focus of this event is work. Don’t worry: we’re not here to tell you how to do your job, but our terrific line-up of speakers are ready to share their insights to help you grow professionally and personally. Tom LaRock is going to pep you up about getting things done today. Andrew Brust is going to share his knowledge about the different technologies going into Big Business Intelligence – there’s sure to be one that fits your needs.
If you’re looking for better work-life balance, Steve Jones has got you covered. Robert Pearl follows suit by giving tips to make the case for telecommuting and being successful while doing it. And if you aren’t happy with your job, Michael Coles will be talking about navigating the new job market. And if you’ve been thinking about striking out on your own, Brian Moran shares his insights into building successful professional services companies.
Even more, we’ve just secured a special guest speaker, Mike Corey, and we’re sure his discussion is going to wow. Space is limited, so register today and we’ll see you on November, 12th!
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