Wednesday, September 20, 2023

SQLBits 2024 Has Landed!

I've written about SQLBits before here and here, but in case you still don't know what SQLBits is, it's the greatest Data conference in Europe, spanning a whopping 5 days, including the free community event on Saturday.
From the SQLBits website:
SQLBits is the industry’s leading Data Platform conference with over 300 sessions across 5 days covering data technologies including SQL Server, Azure, Big Data, Power BI, Machine Learning, and more.

And if you need a reason (for your boss) to attend SQLBits: there are 10 reasons listed on their website!

Next to all the great content, there's also lot's of extra's happening at SQLBits, like a board game night, a pub quiz, a SQLBits run and last but not least the famous Friday night party!


Previous Editions

I've also had the pleasure of presenting at 2 SQLBits events. In 2022 it was virtual, but last year I was excited to be attending and speaking at my first in-person SQLBits! I delivered 2 sessions, one (20-minute) lightning talk and a general session on Write-back with Power Apps in Power BI (the recording can be found here).


2024

Now on to the 2024 event, last week there was a live stream with Marco Russo, Alberto Ferrari (both from SQLBI) and Simon Sabin (founder of SQLBits) announcing the dates and location for this years event. This year SQLBits will be from March 19th - 23rd, in Farnborough.Hampshire, UK.

The theme for this year will be Aviation, because Farnborough is the birthplace of aviation and the home of pioneering spirit.

The pricing and Call for Speakers for the event will be open very soon, so be sure to keep an eye on their website!

See you there? 😀



1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for this blog Nicky! Really appreciate it! :)

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Thanks for taking the time to provide feedback!

Cheers,
Nicky

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