The Data Warehouse Institute Conference is in San Diego Next Week
Maybe not as technical as E-Tech, or as funky as South by Southwest or as thought-provoking as Pop!Tech, but I call it home. The summer TDWI conference starts Sunday in San Diego. I'll be giving a short case study for Firstlogic on Monday evening, followed by an open bar and 4-player projection screen xbox racing with real controls, where I will install a hangover. [Winners of races get into a drawing to take the rigs home!] I'll be teaching my class on what to look for and how to evaluate ETL tools on Tuesday, and doing an interview / podcast with Claudia Imhoff and Frank Dravis on Tuesday evening. Then I will install another hangover, this time at Microsoft's expense, while experiencing what I hope will be a retro-gaming paradise similar to my childhood (games, hangovers, other people's expenses - it should be exactly the same, only with better computers).
By the way, those three conferences are killer. Get to one next year if you can. You'll thank yourself later.
Posted by Mark Tuesday, August 09, 2005 10:29:00 PM |