My Thrilling #SQLYear 2015!

2015 is an exciting year for me – getting used to my newly built house and on the professional side: getting used to be part of #sqlcommunity.

During the last two years I participated in the #sqlcommunity by being an mainly passive-only part (attending SQLPass chapter meetings) and somehow active one by helping to organize the two #SQLSatVienna (2014= #SQLSat280 and 2015 = #SQLSAT374).

But in the beginning of the year 2015, I thought – why not trying to submit and actively present at SQLSaturdays!?

Well – and I did it – I submitted to overall 4 SQLSaturdays and ….

…. the unexpected happened – I got accepted to all those four events!!! Smile 

You cannot imagine how excited I got every time the acceptance mail appeared in my inbox.

So my journey to different countries – different parts of #sqlfamily – in europe began.

In February 2015, I was honored to be part of the speaker team at our local SQLSaturday, the #SQLSaturdayVienna 2015.

image   imageimageIn June 2015, I visited our german SQLPass friends for their SQLSaturday, the #SQLSaturdayRheinland 2015. It was a real pleasure getting that warm welcome, being part of an extraordinary organized conference and getting to know more inspiring personalities.

 

 

 

 

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Although every SQLSaturday weekend is really challenging for me (getting not much or very little sleep Smile) – the motivation I get back from such days is enormous…

Before summer, I got two confirmation mails indicating that I was selected for a session at #SQLSatParis AND #SQLSatDenmark. You cannot believe how excited I am! Paris – to be honest my favorite city – I am coming back!

imageOn Saturday, 5th September I will present my session “Professional Recycling – SSIS Custom Components with Visual Studio Community” at #SQLSatParis in Tour Montparnasse at the 40th floor with a beautiful view right to the Eifel Tower.

imageTwo weeks later, on September 19th, you can join my session at #SQLSatDenmark in Copenhagen. The topic of my session is: “Professional Recycling – SSIS Custom Components with Visual Studio Community”

So it got apparent, that I will be travelling in September to Paris and Copenhagen. If you are attending one of those events, just get in touch with me for a chat or event better – attend my session! Smile 

But – that was not all. One of my dreams for 2015 or somewhere in the future came true:   I will be speaking at THE SQL Server and Microsoft DataPlatform conference  – SQLPass Summit in Seattle, WA in October 2015!

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For those of you who are living in Austria – I think you all heard my Yiiiippiieeeh screams! Smile In the first moment I could not believe that that is true. But according to the SQLPass Summit homepage I am listed as speaker.. Smile

 

I will present one of my favorite sessions “A Programmatic Journey through SSIS Catalog”. In this session I will tell you about the SSIS Catalog and in further detail about the underlying SSISDB and the objects in it. We will use SSISDB objects using T-SQL, C# and at the end do some reporting on SSIS Catalog data.

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To close, I would like to thank all  event organizers for giving me the chance to present and share my knowledge! I did my best for the already passed and definitely will do my best for my upcoming sessions!

Happy #SQLfall!

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One Response to My Thrilling #SQLYear 2015!

  1. fgeisler2012 says:

    Dumme Frage: hast Du nicht auch in Portland präsentiert? Dann wären es ja 5 SQL Saturdays…

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