A Milestone: Presenting at PASS Summit

15 August, 2013 (11:00) | PASS, Presentations, Professional Development | By: Mark V

I have been presenting for several years. I can’t properly explain how much I love it. Since before I even attended my first PASS Summit, it has been a career goal that I would one day present at the premier SQL Server focused training event on the planet. When I got the email a while back that my DANGER: The Art and Science of Presenting session had been chosen as an Alternate for the 2013 Summit, I was pretty happy. It was my best result yet.

It is with tremendous joy that I now report that I am no longer an Alternate. Due to a cancellation, PASS had an opening in the Professional Development track and asked me to fill it. Not only do I get to fulfill a career goal of presenting at the Summit, but I get to do so with an exciting new session. I honestly feel this session will not only help new presenters get started on the right foot, but will also help re-invigorate more experienced folk.

You can read the abstract for it here: DANGER: The Art and Science of Presenting

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Comments

Comment from Julie Koesmarno
Time August 15, 2013 at 4:13 pm

Congratulations Mark! I am looking forward to your session at PASS Summit.

See you there,
Julie

Comment from Mark V
Time August 15, 2013 at 8:11 pm

Thanks, Julie. It will be awesome to see you again. :)

Comment from tamera
Time August 15, 2013 at 8:25 pm

OMG! Congrats!! It might be the Loy session I go to!

Comment from Mark V
Time August 15, 2013 at 8:45 pm

Thanks much, Tamera. I just can’t wait.

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