I’m very thrilled to announce that I will be participating as speaker in Denver’s SQL Saturday that will take place on September 15th. This is a huge step for me as technical speaker, because it was just June when I participated in Denver’s SQL Server User Group speaking about Query Store and now I had the chance to participate on Denver’s SQL Server annual great event.
And it is a big deal because there will be very recognized people around like Bob Ward who is the keynote speaker of this year, there will be participation from Glenn Berry, Kellyn Pot’Vin-Gorman, Tracy Boggiano, Jess Borland, Jason Brimhall and more!
Here is a picture of me with Steve Jones and Glenn Berry from Denver’s 2017 SQL Saturday:
At that time I have no idea I will make the list of speakers for the year 2018, which I’m very grateful and proud.
I will be speaking about how to perform a SQL Server Health Check, this session is about the importance of conducting regular health checks on SQL Server instances to ensure that they are currently healthy, and continue to remain healthy.
This event will take place at University of Denver – Sturm Hall, 2040 S Race St, Denver, Colorado, 80210, United States.
Please remember as any SQL Saturday event you can register and attend for free, it just a matter to sign up here.
Looking forward to see you there!!!
Carlos Robles is a Solutions Architect at AWS, a former Microsoft Data Platform MVP, a Friend of Redgate, but more than anything a technology lover. He has worked in the database management field on multiple platforms for over ten years in various industries.
He has diverse experience as a Consultant, DBA and DBA Manager. He is currently working as a Solution Architect, helping customers to solve software/infrastructure problems in their on-premise or cloud environments.
Speaker, author, blogger, mentor, Guatemala SQL User group leader. If you don’t find him chatting with friends about geek stuff, he will be enjoying life with his family.