PASS Summit and the SQL Monitor Team

Some of Red Gate’s SQL Monitor Team will be heading out to Seattle for the SQL PASS Summit next week.

Here are some of the the faces you can expect to see, and their tips for a great week…

    Annabel - Drill Sergeant

    Annabel - Drill Sergeant

  • Talk to us and help shape our software – Do come and share your thoughts with us. We’re always keen to hear your suggestions and they genuinely help to shape our Software. If there’s a session on that you’re not attending, that can be the best time to beat the crowds in the Exhibit Hall
  • Win a SQL Monitoring Pack – Don’t forget to enter our prize draw to win a SQL Monitoring Pack, including an iPad, a 10-server license for SQL Monitor and a Multi-Touch HD Monitor!

Gareth“Everyone with an interest in monitoring SQL Servers should come to the Red Gate stand and see SQL Monitor in action. We’ll be monitoring our SQLServerCentral servers from nearly 5,000 miles away using the new Samsung Galaxy Tab among other things!”

Ben“Meet your Tweeps – get to meet the people you follow on Twitter or online. You might want to do this… or you might want to hide behind your virtual persona. Either way, #sqlkaraoke and #PASSAwesomeness will also help you find out where the after-hours drinking is taking place!”

Colin“After you collect a business card, write something down on the back to help you remember this person. E.g. what you talked about, what they were wearing, etc. At the end of the event, it’ll be almost impossible to remember all the people you met”

Robin“There’s usually something going free at the Red Gate booth, so it never hurts to have chat. If you’re around at the end we usually prize-draw our iPads, monitors and other demo equipment out”

Ben_C“The best breakfast in Seattle is Lowell’s Restaurant and Bar. In fact, the whole of Pike Place Market is worth a wander around. The best attraction to visit is the Science Fiction Museum and next door, the Space Needle. Or there’s always Seattle’s oldest Saloon near Pioneer Square”

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