Speaking Schedule

This is a list of the events and talks that I am scheduled to give. These are tentative and often in the planning stage. I’ll note those. The ones scheduled should have the event and sessions listed.

If you would like me to come speak at your event, please contact me through SQLServerCentral or on Twitter to check on my availability. I also have a Sessionize profile.

Upcoming Events

October 8, 2022SQL Saturday Boston 2022 (submitted)

  • Branding Yourself for Your Dream Job

October 22, 2022SQL Saturday Toronto 2022 (submitted)

  • Branding Yourself for Your Dream Job

November 12, 2022SQL Saturday Oregon and SW Washington 2022 (submitted)

  • TBD

Nov 15-18, 2022PASS Data Community Summit

  • To the Cloud Learning Pathway – Overview of Azure SQL
  • Keynote – Day 2

Past Events

I have a list of all my previous speaking engagements on my speaking CV.

 

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