New Year began a month ago. January was pretty busy for me in a business way. I delivered two weeks of MOC (Microsoft Official Course) training plus a couple of days of my new authored, bespoke SharePoint Online course for pretty big (800 peoples) company in the UK. More days follow in an upcoming month. I attended only for one User Group Meeting – which was our PASS East Midlands User Group – where Stuart Moore {T|B} and Steph Middleton {T} delivered two interesting sessions.

But February will me probably most interesting month this year (in my speaker’s life). Based on earlier submissions and selections, on Saturday I’m going to the End of the World – New Zealand. Time difference +13H! Time of travel 38H. In both long hauls, I’ll visit Beijing (again) and Shanghai (first time). So where and about what I’ll speak?

Speaker:

Speaking is most important part of all my events. As many of us – The Speakers – we love it. So, of course I will have some chance to increasing my speakers skills here:

Conferences:

 Difinity Conference |Auckland, North Island, NZ |08th-09th Feb {SITE} {#Difinity}

  • two sessions (on one day) + Ask The Experts Booth:
  • SQL Security In The Cloud
  • SQL Server Backup In The Era of The Cloud

 SQL Saturday #582 |Melbourne, Victoria, AU|11th Feb {SITE} {#sqlsatMelbourne}

  • one session: SQL Security In The Cloud

 SQL Saturday #587 |Sydney, New South Wales, AU|18th Feb {SITE} {#sqlsatSydney}

  • one session: AD 2017 2AM A Disaster Just Began

User Groups Meeting:

  •  Wellington SQL Server User Group |Wellington, North Island, NZ |15th Feb {SITE}
  • one session: AD 2017 2AM A Disaster Just Began

Online Webinars:

  •  TBA |online middle of the day

Trainer:

I have a couple of confirmed training days in February:

Trainings:

  •  Azure Fundamentals |London, UK|23rd-24th Feb (in person)

The calendar is not closed. Is almost, but not in 100% full, so some events still can be added. As You can see, a lot of places and dates where you can meet me. Hope you will find a moment to say Hi!