SQL Saturday #40 came and went and I must say I had a great time.
Friday evening I attended the Speaker Dinner where I had the opportunity to meet with Max Trinidad, one of our SAPIEN MVPs, who helped organize the SQL Saturday PowerShell track. Max is an energetic, friendly, overall great guy. He also happens to currently be the only PowerShell MVP in South Florida. I also had the opportunity to meet with the other SQL Saturday speakers, including some of the organizers.
Speaker Dinner: Joe Healy from Microsoft (left), David Corrales (middle), Max Trinidad (right)
The following day I had the pleasure of presenting a sneak preview of PrimalForms 2011. I demonstrated the capabilities of PrimalForms as well as a slew of new features. At the end of the session, two lucky attendees walked away with a free copy of PrimalForms 2009. It was a great group and I would like to thank them once again for attending the session. I’m also looking forward to the next user group.
PrimalForms 2011 preview at SQL Saturday #40
I have to admit that I’m really excited about PrimalForms 2011 and have been receiving a lot of positive feedback.