SQLAuthority News – SQL PASS Summit, Seattle 2009 – Day 4

Fourth day was awesome! I had scheduled nearly 8 meetings with different groups of people today. It was really great fun. Let us see the keypoints for the same.

  • PASS President Wayne Snyder honored and thanked Kevin Kline for his 10 YEARS of service.
  • Kevin then gets a well-deserved standing ovation from the entire audience.
  • Next year’s PASS Summit will be in Seattle from November 8 to 11, 2010.
  • Dell Key note was little flat in delivery. Dell was primary sponsor for the event.
  • Dr. David DeWitt, Technical Fellow, Data & Storage Platform Division at Microsoft starts presentation entitled “From 1 to 1000 MIPS.” One of the best sessions I ever had in my life.

The keynote was followed by several meetings. There was lot of food, drinks and entertainment all around. I received so much swag that I had to get brand new bag to contain the same. I will post the photos of the stuff that received once I reach home. I will be heading towards airport in next 15 minutes. So, I will be disconnected from the Internet for 36 hours once I board the flight. I am uploading only 2–3 photos at this moment. Check here again as I have nearly 30 more photos to share.

Buck Woody Presenting Excellent Funny Session

I really enjoyed the summit. I will post the in-depth summary of my whole trip to USA once I reach home. Thank you PASS; I will come here next year!

Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)

4 thoughts on “SQLAuthority News – SQL PASS Summit, Seattle 2009 – Day 4

  1. Hi ,

    Yes , i enthusiastically waits for your in depth updates and lessons , please share on as usual .

    By seeing you doing all this things for the community , i am just realising and feeling the universal truth , knowledge always goes on increasing , the more and more you share with .

    A great work ,

    Thanks
    Govind S Yadav

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