Feedback results of my last presentation

By tom on March 10th, 2011

I recently received the feedback results of the presentation I gave for the Belgian SQL Users Group.

3 questions were asked:

  • Fulfilled this evening your technical expectations?
  • How do you evaluate the speaker about his presentation skills?
  • How do you evaluate the speaker about his knowledge of the subject?

The results:

What I can conclude is that I should work on my presentation skills (which I already knew). I have the tendency to speak very fast when I’m nervous.

Something I don’t understand very well is that I got 2 scores of 3 for ‘Fulfilled this evening your technical expectations?’, where most of the scores were 7 or 8. It seems that I have really disappointed these 2 persons. If you are one of them, please feel free to contact me, so I can learn what I did wrong, or what I can do to improve this!


Presentation Belgian SQL Users Group: SQL Server Forensics – Playing CSI with a database

By tom on March 8th, 2011

Last week I gave a presentation to the Belgian SQL Users Group about database forensics.

You can download the presentation here.

Thanks to Kevvie Fowler, I may also put the contents (demo databases, forensic scripts) available for download. The included scripts are also published on the Application Forensics website, check there for updates.

If you want to learn more about the subject, take a look at the SQL Server Forensic Analysis book!