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ChefConf London

I had the pleasure of attending the inaugural ChefConf held in London last week. It was a two-day event happening in the centre of London, a mini version of ChefConf that ran in Seattle, earlier this year for those familiar with that event.

For those not familiar with who Chef are, they are a c...

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In March 2017 a statue called "The Fearless Girl" was installed in New York to symbolise gender-diversity and the power of women in leadership.

Over a year earlier in June 2016 I was in London watching my Mum, be fearless and present a session at the SITS - The Service Desk & IT Support Show....

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Data: Scotland

I recently received the confirmation email that I will be speaking at the Data:Scotland in Glasgow, Scotland. This is the third year in the conference's history, formally it was called SQLGLA. It will be the second time that I've spoke at the event and I love supporting local events.

The sessi...

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Intelligent Cloud Conference

Back in December 2018 I submitted some sessions via Sessionize to the Intelligent Cloud Conference call for speakers and in January I received two wonderful emails confirming that two of my sessions had been picked!

I had never visited Denmark before and was excited about getting the brie...

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Podcasts

Earlier this year I reached out to the community via Twitter saying I'd love to be be a guest on podcasts and some folk reached out and some of the interviews I'd done are now live and available to listen to.

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Techstringy

Back in February I sat down with Paul Stringfellow, who the Technica...

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Intelligent Cloud Conference

I recently received the confirmation email that I will be speaking at the Intelligent Cloud Conference Copenhagen, Denmark. This is the second international conference that I've been accepted at this year, but it will be the first I speak to due to scheduling.

This is a three day event, with...

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A few years ago I used to run, all the time. I was part of two running clubs and some weeks I'd run 5km, other weeks I'd be doing upwards of 15km. I loved it, it was hard but fun and rewarding. I even did some 10k runs in order to put all that training to hard work. Unfortunately I then broke a t...

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Experts Live Norway

I recently received the confirmation email that I will be speaking at the first Experts Live Norway event in Oslo, Norway later this year. This is super exciting as this is the first speaking acceptance I've had for an international conference. I've never been to Norway, so this will be my first...

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I've always strived to have a good balance between my work life and my personal life. At times I've got it completely wrong, but I think I'm starting to get it now.

I left college in 2004 with a computing degree and began my IT career in 2005 (I spent a year as a Sales Assistant in GAME before...

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MVPDays Online Logo

A while back I submitted some sessions to the MVPDays Online event and I am delighted to say one of my submissions has been accepted!

MVPDays Online is an online event that was established in 2017, the sessions will be available on YouTube so you can catch up on content from the comfort of y...

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