Kscope18 Recap and Presentations

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!


One Comment

  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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