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10:25 AM – And that's it for the week! Thanks for tuning in. Be sure to order the Summit DVDs. David's keynote alone was worth it. 10:20 AM – Time's up for David. Mentioning key points. Waaaaay too much information on the slides to type before he's moved on to ...
Today is the 3rd and final day of keynotes at the PASS Summit. Following is highlights of the keynotes. During the keynote, refresh often for updates! 8:36 AM PST Keynote kicks off with Don’t Stop Believing by Journey. Awesome. 8:38 AM PST PASS VP of Marketing Bill Graziano just takes ...
I’m writing this post quickly, because I have a 6:30 SQLSaturday alumni meeting at a local donut stop. Please don’t let the brevity of the post throw you off; lots of goals accomplished yesterday. Unfortunately, going to sessions was not one of them I spent a lot of time networking, ...
I wanted to clean this up and make it pretty, but I'm running out of time. Gotta pack before I go blog the last keynote (3 keynotes, PASS? Really?). I was double booked yesterday for lunch. Early in the summit I'd promised Paul Nielsen I'd be the ...
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