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.

Upcoming Events

April 30, 2019 – SQL in the City Summit – London

  • Building quality into your continuous delivery process

May 15, 2019 – SQL in the City Summit – Los Angeles

  • Building quality into your continuous delivery process

May 22, 2019 – SQL in the City Summit – Austin

  • Building quality into your continuous delivery process

May 31, 2019SQL in the City Summit – Brisbane

  • Opening Keynote: 2019 State of Database DevOps
  • The Importance of Monitoring Your Azure SQL Database
  • Strategies for Solving Compliance Challenges

June 1, 2019SQL Saturday #838 – Brisbane, AUS

June 7, 2019SQL in the City Summit – Christchurch, NZ

  • Opening Keynote: 2019 State of Database DevOps
  • The Importance of Monitoring Your Azure SQL Database
  • Strategies for Solving Compliance Challenges

June 8, 2019SQL Saturday #831 – South Island

  • Always Encrypted

June 14, 2019SQL in the City Summit – Melbourne, AUS

  • Opening Keynote: 2019 State of Database DevOps
  • The Importance of Monitoring Your Azure SQL Database
  • Strategies for Solving Compliance Challenges

June 15, 2019SQL Saturday #865 – Melbourne (submitted)

June 29, 2019SQL Saturday #884 – Pensacola

  • TBD

July 13, 2019 – SQL Saturday #890 – Austin (submitted)

Past Events

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

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