#SQLSatDenmark 2016 wrap up

SQLSatDenmark 2016 took place in Lyngby at Microsoft Denmark headquarters. Apart from the fact that Lyngby is absolutely cute town, the Microsoft HQ is nice as well.

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Lyngy:2016-09-23-09_48_21-presentation1-pptx-powerpoint

On the evening before the precons day, dinner at MASH restaurant was prepared for all the precon speakers Tim Chapman, Andre Kamman, Kevin Kline and myself with hosts Regis Baccaro and Kenneth M. Nielsen.

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After delicious steaks, pints of beer and interesting conversations, the precon day started.

My precon room was full and I had 30 attendees, lots of material and ending with demos on R and SQL Server integration from the fields. Feedback was great, obviously. The problem I had was that I prepared too much material, which was anyways handed over (all the code) for people to learn more when back at home and that I was focusing too much on statistics. But finishing at 16.30 and was available in the Microsoft HQ until 17.30 for any other questions.

Next day, SQLSaturday Denmark started early and in total 280 attendees showed up. It was easy going and well organized event, great sponsors, nice swag, raffle and overall good stuff one can find at the event – juice bar, good food and ending the event with hot dog stand and SQL Beer. Yes, traditional Danish SQL saturday beer πŸ™‚

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I delivered a session on Machine Learning algorithms in Microsoft Azure, explaining which algorithm to use with which dataset and what kind of statistical problem can be solved with. Great feedback from the crowd and very interesting questions – more or less very statistical and data mining questions. And I truly loved it.

Thanks to all the sponsors, organizers, attendees and the SQL family. It was great to see you.

 

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