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The TechEd 2009 Update From Los Angeles #1

It’s the end of Day Two at TechEd 2009 in Los Angeles. I’m sitting here in my hotel room eating some dinner and catching up for the first time in a few days on some work and e-mails that I haven’t had the time to do since arriving at TechEd. So far, it’s been a […]

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My Complete TechEd Schedule

Below is my complete schedule for TechEd. I hope to see you at the panel and my session. Feel free to come by also when I’m working the DAT booth. Monday, May 1112 – 1PM     Speaker Idol Judge1 – 2 PM      Panel Discussion – Planning a Windows Deployment for SQL Server 2008 Failover Clustering (with Max Verun […]

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Various Schedule Updates, Happenings, and a Thanks

Posted by in RunAs Radio, TechEd 2009, webcast

I’m doing a webcast with Unisys for SQL Server Magazine on April 14th entitled “SQL Server Consolidation: To Virtualize, or Not To Virtualize … That Is The Question” which will be at 12 noon EDT. Click here for more information and to register. It’s free! I’ll be taping a session with my friends over at RunAs Radio […]

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Various Musings About Writing, TechEd 2009 North America, and Training

Posted by in Book, TechEd 2009, training

Writing If you’ve ever wondered how someone can work their normal job along with things like writing a book, it’s not easy. For example, one of the chapters I recently finished for my new SQL Server 2008 Failover Clustering book pre-editing in Word weighs in at 117 pages. That’s more than most people write at […]

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