Kscope18 Recap and Presentations

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Brian Marshall

As it does every year, Kscope18 has come and gone in a blur.  It’s been quite some time since my last post, something I hope to change now that Kscope18 has concluded.  This year, as has become the unfortunate trend for me, was another quick trip.  I flew in on the day of my first presentation and out the very next day of my last presentation.  I was fortunate enough to spend some time with old friends and people did show up to my presentations, so I’m calling this year a success!  While I didn’t get to spend much time at the conference, many of you did, and several of you were kind enough to put together a real recap.

Kscope18 Recaps

Kscope18 Presentations

This year I was honored to have two presentations.  You can download them from either the US-Analytics website or the Kscope website:

ASO and BSO and Hybrid! Oh My!

I’ll say that this presentation left me a little unnerved.  I’ve never had a presentation with so few questions.  We had questions at the end, but very few if any during the presentation.

Teaching On-Prem Planning Some PBCS Tricks

This presentation was actually sited as a “featured presentation” by ODTUG.  So…no pressure.  I actually felt much better about this presentation simply because there were a ton of questions.  And they were really, really great questions.

Wrap Up

Overall, Kscope18 was a great experience, as always.  This was my 9th Kscope in a row.  I am really hoping to have a presentation selected next year to make it an even 10 years!  So…hopefully I’ll see everyone next year in Seattle!


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  1. Wendy Wilson
    Wendy WilsonReply
    June 25, 2018 at 11:49 am

    I was able to attend your 1st presentation…great job Brian! Thanks for sharing your presentations, but most of all thanks for sharing your knowledge!

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