PASS Community Choice Session Change
Ive been too busy lately mashing out the final details of the PASS Summit 2010 to spend as much time blogging as I intend too… But, thought Id take a few minutes to alert the 3 of you that read this slop about a change in the Community Choice sessions in the PASS Summit lineup
Unfortunately, 1 of the community choice speakers had to bow out of presenting.
Joe Kuemerle couldnt make the sumit this year so, we had to swap his encryption session with the second place session in the App Dev category. Luckily for us, the decision was easier because appdev race was the closest in the voting with only 2 votes seperating first and second place. The replacement session, Flush With Cache: What Really Happens Before That Query Runs by Chris Leonard, should prove to be very popular and is currently scheduled on Thursday from 4-5:15 in room 613-614. Because of this session replacement there was a cascade of 3 additional schedule moves that had to occur because Chris was already scheduled to present another session in the existing time slot. You can see the complete current schedule in xls here
Looking forward to seeing everyone at the Summit next week!!