Hello everyone! Well our presentation last night went very well. Glenn actually came out of the meeting with a new iPod Touch so now he’s joined the Dark Side with a few of us others in the office that have iPhone/iPod Touch. I’ve uploaded our presentation to my SkyDrive (links below)
PowerPoint 2003 version – Click here to download
PowerPoint 2007 version – Click here to download
Overall it was a lot of fun presenting and I’m that much more motivated to work on more presentations to bring to our SQL Server User Group and one day, hopefully, even present at PASS! The slide deck is a little sparse on information as I’m not one of those “read everything off the slide” guys so if you have any questions feel free to leave comments below or contact me on Twitter. Any feedback is appreciated!
Hey all just a reminder that tonight is the VMware User Group meeting here in Tampa. The meeting will be held at the Tampa branch of the Southwest Florida Water Management District starting at 5pm. Myself and Glenn Trail will be presenting on our VMware environment here at the hospital and I will also be covering our virtualized database servers.
Time: 5:00pm – 8:30pm
Location: Southwest Florida Water Management District
7601 U.S. Highway 301 – Building One
Tampa, FL 33637
To register: http://tinyurl.com/cx75jf
5:00 pm – Introduction
5:05 pm – SWFWMD: The VM Saga continues – Jack Garvey
5:20 pm – Audience Q & A
5:25 pm – Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office – Chris Peek
5:40 pm – Audience Q & A
5:45 pm – University Community Hospital – Jorge Segarra-Rovira
6:05 pm – Audience Q & A
6:10 pm – Refreshment Break
6:40 pm – HP/Lefthand Networks – Mark Hall
7:10 pm – Audience Q & A
7:15 pm – Riverbed Technologies
7:45 pm – Audience Q & A
7:50 pm – Door Prize Drawings
8:00 pm – Birds of a Feather, Group Discussion, Vendor Off-line Interests, Information Exchange
8:30 pm – End of Meeting
Snacks will be available to all attendees and door prizes will be awarded at the close of this meeting.
Sponsored by Riverbed and HP/Lefthand Networks
Register today to join us for this free informative event. Space is limited, so respond as soon as possible to reserve your seat.
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