On Saturday, September 4th, 2021, I will deliver the keynote at Data Saturday Oslo 2021: “I can’t keep up!” - Turning Discomfort into Personal Growth in a Fast-Paced World. My feelings can be summarized in this series of emojis: 😱🤩🤯🤓🥳 I’m freaking out, absolutely honored, can’t really believe this is real, super excited, and very much looking forward to it!
On Friday, April 16th, 2021, I will be speaking at Global Azure Norway! Global Azure is a virtual 3-day event where communities from around the world organize live streams that are open for everyone to join. All the live streams add up to one global event with more than 500 speakers and sessions, so you should be able to find something interesting 🤓
I will be presenting my session called Pipeline and Data Flows: Introduction to Data Integration in Azure Synapse Analytics. Do you want to learn about something else? You can find all the worldwide sessions on the Global Azure website, or the local sessions on the Global Azure Norway website.
On Saturday, January 30th, 2021, I will be speaking at the first Data Toboggan event! This is a free event focusing on Azure Synapse Analytics. There are 14 sessions scheduled in 12 hours, covering topics such as data integration, machine learning, data warehousing, data governance, and more. Join us 🤓
I will be presenting a session called Pipelines and Data Flows: Introduction to Data Integration in Azure Synapse Analytics.
Last week I visited Belgium for the first time to attend and speak at my first SQL Server Days 2015. It was a truly great event, and I would like to say a huge thank you to the organizers and volunteers for making it a wonderful couple of days for speakers and attendees!
The venue was spectacular, but unfortunately none of my pictures do it justice. Take a look at the great pictures on the SQL Server Days Facebook page instead. I loved the huge open area in the middle where everyone could meet during breaks, and I was so happy there was unlimited coffee and chocolate! 🤩 The rooms were all unique and fun to present in. One room looked like a library, another like a bar, and I presented in the room that was decorated like a train station - with trains in it!
SQLBits XIV Superhero Edition was my first SQLBits experience, and it was a truly amazing week! I want to start with a massive thank you to the organizers: Darren Green, Simon Sabin, James Rowland-Jones, Chris Testa-O’Neill, Allan Mitchell, Jonathan Allen and Annette Allen. You did one heck of a job to make this the best conference in the universe! 👏🏻 I also want to say thank you to all the sponsors, volunteers and speakers who made this a great event. And to all the attendees, I hope you had a blast and that I’ll see you again next year!