I can’t believe that it’s been weeks since my last update! In my defense, I took some much needed down time after a whirlwind three presentations at back-to-back SQL Saturdays. Don’t get me wrong: I absolutely love connecting with the greater community at these events, but they can be tiring!
That said, I’ve not been entirely down and out over the past few weeks. First, I wanted to share that I’m helping Steve Simon with the Oracle-SQL Server Virtual Chapter. Mainly I’m working on finding new speakers, so if you (or someone you know) have both Oracle and SQL Server experience in your background, I’d love to hear from you! Even if you aren’t sure, send me an email and we can have a more in depth conversation about it.
Second, I’ve got some exciting news coming up next week that I can’t wait to share with you. Project that’s been a few weeks (months!) in the making. All in good time.
Finally, with the sad news of Reader’s imminent demise, I’m preemptively jumping away from Feedburner as my RSS subscription manager. I loved Reader. I love Feedburner. But I don’t think Feedburner is long for this world, and exhibits the same signs as Reader. Doesn’t make revenue. Hasn’t been updated in years.
The most important part is that to stay subscribed to my blog, you’ll need to update your RSS reader to my new feed address, http://mattvelic.com/feed/. I hope that you find enough value here that you will. Thank you, and I am sorry if I lose some of you in this move. Hopefully we’ll connect (digitally) again soon.