Off to Kuala Lumpur...#

I'm just a few hours away from flying off to Kuala Lumpur for Tech Ed Malaysia.

I'm flying on Cathay Pacific, not my usual airline, but their routing kicks ass: Vancouver-Hong Kong-Kuala Lumpur. I leave at 3am Friday morning (that's late, late Thursday night) and arrive around 1pm on Saturday. Its about 24 hours travel, door-to-door, I did the same trip in March for a Business Intelligence workshop.

There's a significant contingent of RDs going... Adam Cogan, Goksin Bakir, Kim Tripp, Malek Kemmou, Steve Forte and Tim Huckaby. So expect some serious speaking, and serious partying.

A bunch of us are heading out with one of my favorite Malaysians, Razali of the Utan Bara Adventure Team. We're going to spend the day with Razali, exploring Malaysian jungle and hanging with the elephants of the Kuala Gandah Elephant Center.

And then there's the actual conference. I'm doing an all SQL Server set of sessions:

  • SQL Server Profiler for the Developer
  • Advanced SQL Querying Techniques
  • T-SQL Error Handling in SQL Server 2005


Plus Steve and I are going to do our duet session on interoperability between SQL Server on Windows 2003 Server and Oracle on Red Hat Linux.

We're staying at a place called the Palace of the Golden Horses, apparently its an amazing resort, I guess we'll find out when I get there.

 

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