[EN] June 2015 and my public speaking and presence (updated)

Updated {just few hours after publishing first version}

Second quarter of 2015 looks really busy, even with less number of travels. I’ve few confirmed sessions at conferences and user groups, and some plan for attending only. I will miss few events and unfortunetelly reject some of them. I previously blogged in quartely frequency (so two posts before 1Q Presence and 2Q Presence), but I see that even updates for existing blog post is not enough. So I switch for monthly frequency. here are my public speaking and presence for June 2015. Hope You will be able to meet me somewhere and say hello. June is very, very busy. Even at the beginning I had nothing scheduled in my calendar (almost).

Attendee:

To hear someone, to see someone, to meet someone, to be inspired. My plans are very flexible (even my calendar is not):

Conferences:

  • Info Security|London,England|02-03 June {SITE|TWITTER|FACEBOOK}
  • RSA Unplugged|London,England|04 June {SITE|TWITTER|FACEBOOK}
  • The AWS Awesome Day Workshop|Warsaw, Poland|16th June {SITE|TWITTER}
  • DELL Software End User Event|Warsaw, Poland|17th June {SITE}
  • II Konferencja | Zabezpieczenie danych osobowych|Warsaw, Poland|24th June {SITE}

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:

The Annual (and non-frequently) General Meeting of Members:

  • Polish SQL Server User Group |Katowice/Warsaw, Poland|16th May {SITE}
  • Information Systems Security Association |Warsaw, Poland|22nd May {SITE}
  • Polish Information Processing Society |Wroclaw, Poland|23rd May {SITE}

Conferences

  • SQL Saturday #409 | Rheinland|Sankt Augustin,Germany|13th June {SITE|TWITTER}|session: Maintenance Plans Ad Hoc
  • SPBiz Conference|Virtual Event, Worldwide|18th June {SITE|TWITTER|FACEBOOK}|session: 2AM A Disaster Just Began
  • SQL Saturday #419 | Bratislava|Bratislava, Slovakia|20th June {SITE|TWITTER}|session: Azure SQL Database: Tips and Tricks for Beginners
  • ISSA InfoTRAMS | Protecting identity in globally connected world|Warsaw, Poland|22nd June {SITE}| session: Trust. The Primer.

 

Rejected events:

Time is not flexible. My outlook calendar is but with limited level only. So based on many reasons (fortunatelly all are connected with business, not private things) I had to reject my attending or speaking at some events:

  • East Midlands PASS Chapter|Leicester,England|17th June {SITE|TWITTER}|
  • Big Data Analytics|London, England|16th June {SITE|TWITTER}
  • Identity Management|London, England|17th June {SITE|TWITTER}

 

Anyway. if You will be somewhere arround my events, just ping me, tweet me or join for the event!

[DE]/[EN] Samstag Schule mit SQL Server? Warum nicht!

Samstag + Deutsch + Schule + SQL Server + Rheinland = SQL Saturday #230.

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sqlsat230_webDer SQLSaturday ist eine kostenlose 1-Tages Konferenz für SQL Server Professionals und alle, die mehr über den Microsoft SQL Server erfahren wollen. Ursprünglich aus den USA kommend, wurden mittlerweile unter der Schirmherrschaft der PASS Global weit über 150 SQLSaturdays auf fast allen Kontinenten veranstaltet. In den verschiedenen, vor allem technischen Tracks, vermitteln Sprecher primär aus der lokalen aber auch aus der internationalen SQL Server Community hochkarätiges Wissen rund um den Microsoft SQL Server. Der PASS Deutschland e.V. übernimmt als ofizielles Chapter der PASS Global, mit weltweit über 100.000 Mitgliedern, die Organisation des Events vollständig mit Freiwilligen aus der deutschen SQL Community. Der kostenlose SQLSaturday ist nicht nur die ideale Gelegenheit sich überden SQL Server 2012 zu informieren, sondern auch um sich mit Kollegen, SQL Professionals, führenden Experten, MCMs und MVPs zu treffen und über spannende Themen zu diskutieren.

Enough? Yes, for many of us is enough. SQL Saturday No 230 in Rheinland (exactly in Sankt Augustin, close to Bonn) will be my last SQL Saturday, before few weeks brake. It will be (in my private calendar) last one in first half of this year, after Exeter, Kiev, Edinburgh, Dublin. And it will be my second SQL Saturday in Germany (after last one un Munich <not exactly in Munich, just forty minutes by train from München Hackerbrücke). Friday (12th July) with three very interesting workshops:
* "A New Method for Effective Database Design"
* "From SQL Traces to Extended Events. The next big switch."
* "Data Analytics & BigData"

After Friday evening about 300 hundred SQL Folks will come to Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg in Sankt Augustin for full day of free conference, with many local speakers. On Saturday 13th July I expecting session in German provided by: Thomas Strehlow, Christoph Muthmann, Jan Steemann, Johan Bijnens, Constantin Klein, Rafael Dabrowski, Stephan Pepersack, Ruben Pertusa, Andreas Wolter, Dennis Traub, Marcel Franke, Pierre Flammer, Torsten Schüßler, Tillmann Eitelberg, Oliver Engels, Sascha Lorenz, Sascha Dittmann, Gabi Münster, Alexander Karl. Somewhere between German in English session attendees can meet multi-lingual speaker (English, German, Russian, Portugese): Niko Neugebauer. And of course few speakers from non-german language countries, such as: Matija Lah, Hugo Kornelis, Tobiasz Koprowski, Jen Stirrup, Mladen Prajdic, André Kamman, Chris Harris, Neil Hambly, Milos Radivojevic. Five rooms, five tracks from early morning till late afternoon.

Imspeaking230My session will be only a part of community work at this event, I’ve scheduled: pre-event setup, post-event setup, some photo sessions, and maybe popcorn machine (yes I would be good popcorn machine operator). In the meantime of communnity tasks (but on schedule) I will present session on beginners level about Windows Azure SQL Database, Clouds, Plans, Backups and RedGate tool. Another hour of fun for me and (hope) for audience.

Registration are still open, so You can go to: SQL Saturday #230 Page to register, next to Facebook page and use Twitter for be sociable! See You in Rheinland!