Coming up: SQL Saturday, Rochester NY, Feb.29 #SQLSaturday #SQLSat953 #SQLSatRoc

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The other day, I received emails from the organizers for SQL Saturday Rochester (hi, Andy!) saying that I should spread the word about their upcoming event on Leap Day, February 29 (a week from this Saturday). Okay, I will oblige!

I will be speaking at Rochester SQL Saturday on February 29. The event takes place at Golisano Hall on the campus of Rochester Institute of Technology. This will be my third time speaking at Rochester SQL Saturday!

I will be doing two talks on February 29.

Additionally, there are several other great presentations given by many wonderful speakers throughout the day! Check out the schedule to give them a look!

SQL Saturday is always a good time. Come out, learn from industry professionals, and take advantage of the networking opportunities! See you in Rochester on Leap Day!

Upcoming speaking engagements (as of 2/6/2020)

I’ve had some updates to my speaking schedule, so I figured this would be a good time to update my speaking schedule.

I am confirmed to be speaking at the following two events.

I’ve also submitted presentations to the following events, but they are not confirmed (and I might not get confirmation for at least a few weeks, if not longer).

Additionally, SQL Saturday Boston is listed for October 3, but the event is not yet live. I intend to apply once it is. I will also likely apply to speak at PASS Summit once speaker submissions are open. I will also apply to SQL Saturday events within easy driving distance of my home, such as New York City and Providence, RI.

Hopefully, I’ll see you at an event near you sometime soon!

I'll be in the Windy City on March 21! #SQLSaturday #SQLSat945 #SQLSatChicago

I got the official word this morning that I will be speaking at SQL Saturday Chicago on March 21!

I will do my presentation about job hunting and networking entitled “I lost my job! Now what?!?

This is a milestone SQL Saturday for me. It will be the farthest I’ve traveled for a SQL Saturday (PASS Summit excluded), and the first where it is not feasible for me to drive to it. For me to drive to Chicago would take longer than a day, and that’s not a drive I’m willing to make!

This will also be only the second time I’ve ever been to Chicago. (Changing flights at O’Hare doesn’t count!)

Hope to see you in the Windy City on March 21!

Albany Code Camp — April 25 @AlbanyCodeCamp #albcc

I received an email over the weekend about a new event for this year — and for once, it isn’t related to PASS or SQL Saturday.

On Saturday April 25, the first (hopefully, annual) Albany Code Camp will be held!

I submitted four of my presentations. We’ll see if any of them are selected. Stay tuned!

Regardless of whether or not I’m selected to present, I will likely make the effort to attend. Hope to see you there!

My 'blogging presentation recording is online! @CASSUG_Albany @PASS_ProfDev

Were you interested in checking out my ‘blogging virtual presentation? Were you not able to attend?

Good news! A recording of my presentation is available online! Use this link to see my presentation on YouTube!

Blogging virtual presentation — Tuesday, January 21 @CASSUG_Albany @PASS_ProfDev

Today around noon (about an hour from now as I write this), I will be doing my virtual presentation about ‘blogging! Come and join me!

Welcome to Ray Kim's 'blog

On Tuesday, January 21, at noon (US Eastern Standard Time), I will be doing my presentation titled “Blogging for Success: Advancing your career by blogging.”

If you’re interested in starting a ‘blog, I’ll talk about my own experience with ‘blogging and lessons I’ve learned along the way. Some topics I’ll discuss include how I got started, ‘blogging platforms, and subject matter.

For more information and to register for the event, use this link.

Hope to see you there (so to speak)!

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Blogging virtual presentation — Tuesday, January 21 @CASSUG_Albany @PASS_ProfDev

On Tuesday, January 21, at noon (US Eastern Standard Time), I will be doing my presentation titled “Blogging for Success: Advancing your career by blogging.”

If you’re interested in starting a ‘blog, I’ll talk about my own experience with ‘blogging and lessons I’ve learned along the way. Some topics I’ll discuss include how I got started, ‘blogging platforms, and subject matter.

For more information and to register for the event, use this link.

Hope to see you there (so to speak)!