T-19 Days Until the PASS Summit, Are You Prepared?

With the DATEDIFF script returning 19 today, I thought I would share a thought that I had this morning on the way into the office while thinking about the PASS Summit 2012.  My wife is constantly asking me about what clothes I am taking, what jacket, and other minute details.  I usually try to leave decisions like these until a day or two before a trip, but she makes a really good point.

With flying from Tampa to Seattle, I am going from one corner of the country to the exact opposite corner.  My usual shorts and short-sleeved shirt will not cut it at this conference.  However, I will be bringing my swim trunks as the Sheraton has an indoor pool, so why not get some laps in?  I also needed to find my jacket and make sure it fits still and of course dust it off.  Yes, I live in Florida and I only have two jackets, one is more professional and one is for the outdoors.  The jacket is still comfortable, wow I think it has been a year or two at least since I have had to wear it.  Since the Sheraton is across the street, I also wonder if I could get away with shorts to some of the sessions?  Should I take an umbrella?  I might need some advice here.

Haven’t registered yet?  Why not?  Come on you know you want to!  See you there!  Enjoy!


About SQLGator

Microsoft Data Platform MVP, Florida Gator, Star Wars fanatic and is there anything else...oh yeah PS4! I am a geek and SQL Server Business Intelligence Consultant, there are other technologies greater than these? Not so fast my friend! I also love to travel to new and exotic places.

Posted on October 16, 2012, in SQL PASS, Training and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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