It’s obvious that I haven’t developed a blogging habit yet. I’m no more active in Twitter. Anyway, there’s a lot of water under the bridge since my last post. To wit, PASS Summit. And I’m constantly working my way through new SQL and reporting problems at work. Not to mention replumbing our “data warehouse”, refactoring a table at a time. Deep into SSIS, I am.
I’m sitting in the IEEE Software Architecture Summit, knowing that it’s a perfect day out. Is that dedication to self-improvement or what? Guy, Kathy, Danny, and Cory are here, too. Cory did a presentation on BI in SharePoint 2010; good job!
It’s great to have opportunities like this here locally. I’ll have a chance to enjoy the weather later this afternoon.
I can’t believe it’s only a few weeks away. I’m really looking forward to attending. Seattle’s a great town; I’m looking forward to getting to know it better and all the Summit-related events.
I know I’ve been AWOL enjoying the weather, but it’s frustrating that I can’t seem to sign in from the blog/Live Space itself. Had to dig out my notes and come in thru wordpress itself.
I installed Windows Essentials 2011 which is supposed to include the new Live Writer 2011. I can’t get it to post to this WordPress account. Very frustrating.
The weather here has been perfect, so I’ve been enjoying the outdoors as much as possible. Pensacola Beach was beautiful over the weekend.
We’ve finally got a break in temperatures; ah, fresh air. But I have been SO busy lately. The learning curve seems to get steeper and steeper. I guess that’s because I’m tackling harder and harder projects. Anyway, by the end of the workday I’m drained, so it makes it difficult to shoehorn in an hour or two for the user group. On the plus side, I’ve got a better feel for the essentials and I’m comfortable that sponsors and speaker are aligning in the future.
So much to do, so little time.