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I’m happy that Lenz Grimmer and Giuseppe Maxia have organized an OpenSQL Camp event in Germany in August. Hooray!
In my opinion, OpenSQL Camp 2008 was a great success. (Give your opinion too.) I have to spend the next couple of days catching up on other things that have gotten delayed, but will try to write more about the experience later. In the meantime, I want to give a heartfelt thanks to all the people who helped before and during the event — there was a lot of work to be done and people Just Did It. Also, thanks to the speakers and sponsors! Most but not all of the sponsors made it onto the printed sponsor banner:
If your logo isn’t here, please add yourself to the sponsors page on the website.
The soft registration deadline for OpenSQL Camp 2008 has passed now; you can still attend, but you won’t be counted into meals and t-shirts. Meanwhile, we have 90 registered attendees, and a truly impressive set of sessions from heavy hitters in the database world. This conference is turning into the event I always wanted to attend.
A big thanks to Sheeri and others who kept the wheels turning while I was traveling recently.