Comment On New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

I'll be hanging out in New England next week doing all sorts of BuildMaster client things, but I'll also be giving a couple database-related talks at some local SQL Server events. If you're in the area, feel free to stop on by -- both events are free. Database Horror Stories, Bad Code, and How Not to be a Statistic [expand full text]
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Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-06 16:07 • by herpometer (unregistered)
friiiist psooooot

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-06 16:26 • by Eric (unregistered)
2nd!

Capthca: nulla - as in this post's value is not nulla.

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-06 16:27 • by Patrick (unregistered)
Any chance these talks will go up on youtube (or another video sharing site?). As someone who lives closer to Cambridge, England than Cambridge, Mass. I will have a hard time attending :)

Thank

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-06 17:20 • by galgorah
Unfortunately for this SQLSaturday, we have no plans to webcast. If someone wants to come and set up a camera for Alex's session, John and I certainly would be up for it.

We organised this as part of our user group (www.snessug.org) so I would be adverse not to mention John Miner's (craftydba.com) contributions to the event as SNESSUG president :)

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-06 18:01 • by Barf 4Eva (unregistered)
"I'll be hanging out in New England next week doing all sorts of BuildMaster client things, but I'll also be giving a couple database-related talks at some local SQL Server events."

Dude, come out the the Pacific North West (the PNW) one of these days! If ya can, Portland, OR. We have many DB professionals in the area who would enjoy the anti-DB design talks, with plenty of beer to wash down the sorrow!

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-06 18:56 • by HeeHaw (unregistered)
Oh man, I might attend the Providence one just for a mug.

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-06 19:52 • by toot (unregistered)
Are there generally videos of talks afterwards or something? Maybe for purchase?...

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-06 21:39 • by Dave (unregistered)
I have one of those ever elusive mugs! http://i.imgur.com/zAWCQ.jpg

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-06 22:54 • by TK (unregistered)
Deploy with xcopy?? WTF?

How about: bzr push?

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-07 03:13 • by Kerin
My Daily WTF mug that I got last year was broken on receipt. I keep it on my shelf above my computer, still in the box - it's the one cup I own that's truly Worse Than Failure.

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-07 07:13 • by someone (unregistered)
ever think of linking the example articles mentioned considering they're, you know, hosted here somewhere?

captcha: nulla

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-07 08:34 • by FAke Nagesh (unregistered)
Cost of flight is too high. Best shoot alex and post it on youtube.com so all of us can watch video.

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-07 10:26 • by Robin (unregistered)
There's a New England?

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-07 10:56 • by Zylon
Needs more anonymization.

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-07 11:04 • by keiranhalcyon31 (unregistered)
389366 in reply to 389312
TK:
Deploy with xcopy?? WTF?

How about: bzr push?


I thought the correct answer was 'cp -a' - keeping in mind that this is a theoretical, simple deployment. WTF kind of underlying assumptions does Alex have? (xcopy... that takes me back...)

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-07 11:37 • by galgorah
389372 in reply to 389306
toot:
Are there generally videos of talks afterwards or something? Maybe for purchase?...
With SQLSAturdays Its a free community event by the community. No one gets paid for this. So we don't offer paid extra's. We basically do this on a shoe string budget. The only thing we are allowed to charge for in fact is a $10 bag lunch which is an optional expense when you register.

That being said, If your in the Boston or RI area, drop by to both events if you can. NESQL meets in Cambridge at one of the microsoft offices. Its run by Adam Machanic, who wrote the awesome sp_whoisactive procedure.

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-07 12:48 • by RGN (unregistered)
389385 in reply to 389312
Well the real WTF is that he's running on OS/2...

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-07 13:35 • by jay (unregistered)
389391 in reply to 389361
Robin:
There's a New England?


We prefer to call it "England 2.0". Or "England NG".

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-07 14:00 • by big picture thinker (unregistered)
389396 in reply to 389391
jay:
Robin:
There's a New England?


We prefer to call it "England 2.0". Or "England NG".


England: Reloaded

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-08 10:42 • by dkf
389418 in reply to 389391
jay:
Robin:
There's a New England?
We prefer to call it "England 2.0". Or "England NG".
England += 1;

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-08 14:13 • by entheh (unregistered)
TRWTF is BuildMaster client connecting to SQL Server :)

Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

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Re: New England SQL & Providence SQL Saturday

2012-09-12 15:50 • by Randy Snicker (unregistered)
You're going to bring one mug?
Of what possible use is that going to be? Share your herpes -party?
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