[EN] September 2015 and my public speaking and presence

public-speaking_thumb3Holiday is over. Finally. Even not for me ‘cos from begining of this year I work in different model – I’m my boss – and I really love my job – so I have holiday always or never. Anyway. I have few corfirmed sessions at deferent conferences with different countries, and few conferences where I will be attendee (almost only attendee). Here is the list and I’m sure that we will meet somewhere. 


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


  • SQL Saturday #411|Cambridge,England|12th September {SITE}
  • CloudSEC|London,England|17th September {SITE}
  • CyberSEC Forum|Cracow,Poland|28th-29th September {SITE|TWITTER|FACEBOOK}

User Groups Meetings:

  • Sekcja Bezpieczeństwa Informacji|Wroclaw, Poland|30th September {SITE}

Workshops & Trainings:

  • Data Culture Days|London,England|22nd September {SITE} |full workshop by Microsoft: Dashboard in a Day



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:

User Groups Meetings:

  • Sekcja Bezpieczeństwa Informacji|Wroclaw, Poland|30th September {SITE} | just short introductionary session


  • Software Development Network Event|Zeist,Netherlands|11th September {SITE}|two sessions: Windows Azure SQL Database for Beginners and SQL Server Source Control in the Cloud
  • SQL Saturday #413 | Denmark|Copenhagen,Denmark|19th September {SITE}|session: Azure SQL Database Tips and Tricks for Beginners
  • SQL Saturday #434 | Holland|Utrecht,Netherlands|25th-26th September {SITE}|session: SQL Security in the Cloud

Workshops & Trainings:

  • SQL Saturday #434 | Holland|Utrecht,Netherlands|25th September {REGISTRATION}|full day pre-conf: Windows Azure SQL Database: A Journey from Zero to be Hero {level 200}


As You can see, a lot of places and dates where and when you ca meet me. Hope you will find amoment to say Hi!

[EN/SE] Sweden Winter Tour (not Ski)

SQLUG-träff med Tobiasz Janusz Koprowski i Stockholm 12/2 (Föresläsningen efterföljs av föreningens årsmöte) och i Malmö 13/2.

imageEven I not speak Swedish I’m really happy to write: is just week till my first Sweden Tour (and I’m sure is not the last one). I have four meetings scheduled, all of them are focused of community, and two of them will be my new opportunity for first public speaking this year. Most important meetups will happen only because of invitation and great support from board members of SUGUK.se Johan Åhlén (President) and Lars Utterström (Secretary) and I’m sure some hidden volunteers in both meetups city. Detailed information I copied from Sweden SQL Server User Group site and they are below. It will be very special day in Stockholm based on sentence: Föresläsningen efterföljs av föreningens årsmöte which (if I translate it correctly) means that this group will have annual meetup. For me it means: it could be very busy evening with many of local folks. Exciting!

SQLUG inbjuder till träff med Tobiasz Janusz Koprowski i Stockholm vilket håller sin föreläsning: 2 AM. A Disaster just began…
Föresläsningen efterföljs av föreningens årsmöte.
Plats: Citykonferensen, Malmskillnadsgatan 46, Stockholm
Tid: 12:e februari kl 17.15 – 19.30
Läs mer och anmäl er:

SQLUG-träff med Tobiasz Janusz Koprowski i Malmö 13/2
Friday, January 23, 2015

SQLUG inbjuder till träff med Tobiasz Janusz Koprowski i Malmö vilket håller sin föreläsning: 2 AM. A Disaster just began…
Plats: Radisson Blu Malmö
Tid: Fredagen den 13:e februari kl 10.00 – 12.00
Läs mer och anmäl er:


A little bit different meetups I planning for early afternoon on Thursday and for Saturday. Coffe and talks at Stockholm’s office of Tretton37 the knowledge-based company that helps our clients achieve their goals by delivering customized & well-crafted software solutions, utilizing primarily the .NET platform with help of agile and lean development approaches. But why Tretton37? Is one of most influenced company for me with general ideas about team working, knowledge based project and succesfull implementations.

And finally on Saturday 14th February, because we love SharePoint I’m going to SharePoint Saturday Conference in the heart of Capitol of Sweden. Twenty five sessions, many international speakers, influencers, MVP, MCM, Technical fellows and other SharePoint addicted peoples. The list of session? Amazing:

Bill Ayers (MCSM, MCT) | #SPSSTHLM13: SharePoint To Go: Building Mobile SharePoint Solutions
Marius Constantinescu (MCT, MVP) |
#SPSSTHLM02: Create Azure-hosted modern Cloud Business web apps for Office 365
Maarten Eekels | #SPSSTHLM10: Yammer integration options in SharePoint
Matthias Einig (MVP)|
#SPSSTHLM23: Transforming SharePoint Farm Solutions to the App Model
Ashley Evans | #SPSSTHLM21: K2: Office 365 – Workflow and Case management meets Power BI
James Fowell|
#SPSSTHLM24: Metalogix: 5 Things you need to know before migrating to SharePoint 2013, Onedrive for Business and Office 365
Toni Frankola (MCT, MVP)| #SPSSTHLM15: SharePoint Governance Myth-busting
Donald Hessing (MCSM) |
#SPSSTHLM06: Load and performance testing for SharePoint 2013 with Visual Studio
Adis Jugo (MVP) | #SPSSTHLM14: Introduction to Azure AD and Office 365 Apps with SharePoint Online | #SPSSTHLM15: SharePoint Governance Myth-busting
Edin Kapic (MCT, MVP) |
#SPSSTHLM07: How to Build Maintainable and Testable Custom SharePoint Components
Peter Brinch  Larsen | #SPSSTHLM11: SharePoint Environments As A Service
Andrei Markeev (MVP) |
#SPSSTHLM08: Mixing power of CSR with flexibility of KnockoutJs: three examples.
Waldek Mastykarz (MVP) | #SPSSTHLM05: Being creative with Delve and the Office Graph
Agnes Molnar (MCT, MVP) |
#SPSSTHLM12: Is Enterprise Search Dead???
Jasper Oosterveld (MVP) |
#SPSSTHLM01: SharePoint Online: a Friend or a Foe?
Paolo Pialorsi (MCSM, MCT, MVP) | #SPSSTHLM17: Inside SharePoint Apps Security | #SPSSTHLM18: Andvanced SharePoint Workflow Scenarios
Jesper Schioett |
#SPSSTHLM09: Yes! SharePoint Projects on time, on budget and with happy customers
Albert-Jan Schot (MVP) | #SPSSTHLM16: Search Intents with Apps
Ari Seror |
#SPSSTHLM20: CoSign by ARX: Your most successful SharePoint project: Sign documents online
Mikael Svenson (MVP) | #SPSSTHLM03: Search Queries Explained – A Deep Dive into Query Rules, Query Variables and Search Orchestration
Marwan Tarek (MVP) |
#SPSSTHLM22: Build engaging dashboards and reports using Office 365 Power BI
Erwin van Hunen (MCSM, MCT, MVP) | SPSSTHLM00: You’re all SharePoint Developers!
Thomas Vochten (MCT, MVP) |
#SPSSTHLM04: SharePoint Apps for the IT Pro – Beyond the basics with Provider Hosted apps
Wictor Wiln (MCSM, MCT, MVP) | #SPSSTHLM05: Being creative with Delve and the Office Graph
Hugh Wood |
#SPSSTHLM19: SharePoint JavaScript, doing it right
Simon Wright | #SPSSTHLM25: Could you find love this Valentine’s day with the interactive Nintex Pub Quiz?

All important SharePoint oriented companies and experts. Knowledge, networking, community, new opportunnity, maybe new projects or customers. Very intensive and busy four days! Cannot wait!


[EN] SQLBits XIV – pre-conf, sessions, discount and community

Largest SQL Server conference in Europe. Legendary SQL Bits. In March 2015 fourtheenth edition named: SQLBits SUPERHeroes will back to London {CONFERENCE PAGE}. This edition will be largest than ever, and most interesting ever. With some changes about pre-conf, sessions, and events arround everything sounds exciting. The orginizers team listen the audience, and this is result of it:

Precon Training

Duration: One Day

A full day of immersive content delivered by world class experts in their respective fields. These sessions are designed for you to focus on the subject of your choice. SQLBits XIV has the biggest range of precon sessions to date.

Normal Sessions

Duration: 60 minutes

The traditional format of SQLBits has been to run 60 minutes sessions on a given topic. We still continue to support this format during the course of SQLBits XIV 

Extended Sessions

Duration: 75 minutes

New to SQLBits XIV, and based on feedback by speakers as well who cite that some sessions require 75 minutes to deal with more complex or longer topics.

Double Sessions

Duration: 2 hours with a 15 minute break

When you are able to attract the best speakers in the world, we all want to spend more time with them. The Double session always both attendees and speaker to provide greater insights into the topics they present.


LOGO__SQLBits_SuperheroesDo you need more? Start to plan how many days you will spend in London, based on this question: What happens during the days?

  • Wednesday – Is a day dedicated to the Precon session format
  • Thursday    -  Is a combination of all the formats with half of the conference centre dedicated to the precon format, the other to the other formats
  • Friday – Is a combination of normal, extended and double sessions
  • Saturday– Is a combination of normal, extended and double sessions

Hundreds of standard sessions has been submitted and you can vote for those sessions (ten which you want to see) here. And if you are not sure about Pre-Conference seminars, look for the list:

Wednesday 4 March 2015

  • Become an Enterprise DBA with Sean McCown and Jennifer McCown Managing hundreds of servers is difficult if you haven’t been shown how. You need to change the way you think about your environment. Learning syntax isn’t enough. You have to put the different strategies together to be able to exercise your vision.
  • SQL Server Reporting Services with Chris Testa-O’Neill This precon will explore the creation of reports, through to the deployment and management of reports into production. Providing you with the ability to work productively with Reporting Services after completing the precon
  • Mastering T-SQL Querying Fundamentals with Itzik Ben-Gan T-SQL is rooted in mathematics. Mastering it can take a lifetime. In order to write correct and robust code the most critical thing is to learn the fundamentals correctly. This seminar provides you with strong foundations to build your knowledge on.
  • Understanding Execution Plans with Hugo Kornelis Reading and understanding execution plans is key to understanding and fixing ill-performing queries. This full-day seminar will teach you everything you need to know about execution plans. Attend this seminar if you want to hone your tuning skills!
  • Upgrading to Microsoft SQL Server 2014 with John Q Martin With Microsoft SQL Server 2005 going End Of Life in early 2016 it is vital to start planning your migration to a supported version of Microsoft SQL Server. let me help you get ready for this by helping you understand the process and tools available.
  • Storage and Virtualisation for DBAs with Denny Cherry This session will be a two part session in which we will be focusing on two of the biggest topics in the DBA field. How to properly design your SAN storage solution and how to properly design your virtualization solution.
  • Optimize “All Data” with a modern data warehouse solution with Adam Jorgensen Most of the world’s data exists in a combination of on premise, cloud and non-relational forms. This session will teach you the options, best practices, and patterns to acquire, store, process and analyze all forms of data in a modern solution
  • A practical guide to using charts & graphs! with Dan Bulos Choosing between the multitudes of chart types can be challenging. The session will cover how to select the right style of chart to accomplish your purpose, whether that is analyzing data to gain insights or producing a dashboard.
  • Better Performance Through Parallelism with Adam Machanic This full-day seminar will teach you the ins and outs of Windows scheduler internals, SQLOS, intra-query parallelism, and patterns that can make your parallel queries many times faster. After attending you will be in full control of your CPUs.
  • Data Wars: The Cloud Awakens with Matt Masson Come to this session to see the forces of business and IT armed with Power BI for Office 365 and Azure Data Services do battle with an increasing number of challenges in the workplace. Who will win?
  • A Day Inside SQL Server with Bob Ward If you want to know the internals of SQL Server then this is the session for you. Prepare to have your brain melt in this deep session from the man who knows.

Thursday 5 March 2015


And of course is not all. Pre-conf and standard conference day (Wed, Thu, Fri) are paid. Early bid price for full four days and SuperHero Party is 699 GBP. But as always Saturday is community day – so you are very welcome, even you not have budget for full four days (and You can join for Friday’s SuperHero Party). If you are member of SQL Server Community – doesn’t matter from where (from SQL Server FAQ in United Kingdom, or from Polish SQL Server User Group in Poland, or from different community)  you can get 5% discount from your User Group Leader – just ask.

I will be there, so see you in London ExCel!