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23.05.2018

Share your knowledge!

Only three weeks left till the Call for Speakers closes. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to share your knowledge and increase your visibility in the data community. We’ve had great submissions so far and are very pleased to share a first sneak peek of the precon session for our DBA track!

Featured speaker sneak peek

Learn about protecting your data (Security in SQL Server) with Uwe Ricken 

He earned the “Microsoft Certified Master – SQL Server 2008” certification and he received an MVP award for his outstanding support to the Microsoft SQL Server Community in Germany and Europe. He was the first ever MCM + MVP in Germany.This workshop, filled to the brim with hands-on demos and exercises, will guide you through most aspects of security features in SQL Server.

Uwe will provide you with a myriad of tips & tricks, configuration best practices, and most likely a number of entertaining anecdotes based on his many years in the field. 

We’re not telling you any more right now, as it’s a sneak peek.

However, when we say the precon line-up is astonishingly good, you can take our word for it.

As per usual, we’re anxiously waiting for this year’s dataMinds -- Connect! Are you counting down the days as well? Buy your early bird ticket now!

 

Why we want you

We're still looking for people that are eager to take the stage and fill 60 minutes with a mind-blowing session. All submissions (level 100 - 500+) related to the Microsoft (Azure) Data Platform Stack are welcome.

The Call for Speakers for dataMinds Connect is still open until June 15th, so don’t wait too long. With 5 sessions on each of our 5 tracks to fill, we're looking forward to your submission, so we can all join forces for an amazing next edition!

Why you should take the plunge

Are you still doubting about giving a first session? Great news, this year we’re hosting a brand-new ‘Newcomer’ track. All ‘newcomers’ are teamed up with one of our external mentors for guidance. 

Don’t hesitate and just give it a try. Host one of the five newcomer sessions and submit your abstract here. Feeling unsure? Contact us via speakers@dataminds.be so we can give you more information and guidance.

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