Microsoft Technology Summit 2013 — a few graphical reminiscences

As you probably know, the last two-three days were really special — it was MTS, the biggest annual Microsoft conference in Poland.

As one of those lucky guys who were speaking at all previous editions (sure, there must be somebody else) I can tell you what the single, most important part of the conferences like this is — the people. Attendees, speakers, Microsoft staff, partners, press, community leaders etc. — frankly you are the reason why I spend those days at MTS.

So, this way I would like to say THANK YOU ALL — it’s because of you that I missed all sessions this year (there was always some old friend, colleague, or even competitor who stopped me when I was going to attend). And because this year I also got to know a lot of new people, the chances that next year I will get more lucky in this respect are getting smaller and smaller.

To be precise, I missed all sessions but one — the one about SQL Server 2014 in-memory databases. Again, let me show appreciation to all attendees — I hope you didn’t waste your time watching Łukasz Grala and me on stage.

Those photos will tell you my MTS 2013 story — from the day 1, through our session, a great after-party (I’m sensible enough to publish only two out of focus pics from it) to day 2 morning and early afternoon.


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Marcin Szeliga

About Marcin Szeliga

Since 2006 invariably awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional title in the SQL category. A consultant, lecturer, authorized Microsoft trainer with 15 years’ experience, and a database systems architect. He prepared Microsoft partners for the upgrade to SQL Server 2008 and 2012 versions within the Train to Trainers program. A speaker at numerous conferences, including Microsoft Technology Summit, SQL Saturday, SQL Day, Microsoft Security Summit, Heroes Happen {Here}, as well as at user groups meetings. The author of many books and articles devoted to SQL Server.

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