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Official Bloggers Priscilla Camp PASS 2020 – The First Virtual Summit

PASS 2020 – The First Virtual Summit

17 Jun 2020 | Posted by Priscilla Camp

As many of you have heard, PASS 2020 will be launching their first virtual summit this November. I know some of you may be disappointed, like me, with the lack of face-to-face interaction that typically comes with conferences; but there are positive benefits that I am excited about too. First, you do not have to leave your house to attend.  You can simply login to the event online in the comfort of your own house. And, of course, you can even be in your pajamas. I know I will be. 😉 Second, the cost of the event is lower. Woo-hoo! Your boss loves to hear about saving money! Third, networking. The attendee count should be higher since many can now attend online. Taking this into consideration, PASS plans to let you opt to see who is live at the same time as you, allowing you to further expand your network from all over the world! There are many other positives about the event being virtual, but these were the first three that came to mind.

If you are interested in speaking, today is the last day to submit an abstract.

With all these positive benefits mentioned, do not delay in signing up. You can register here.

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Priscilla Camp

Priscilla Camp is a Business Intelligence and Analytics Specialist III at the University of Central Florida. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and a Master’s Degree in Interpersonal Communication. She has over 9 years of experience in the field of IT working as a Business Intelligence Analyst. Priscilla started her career working for a startup small business in 2010 and several years later moved over to the Higher Education Industry where she currently resides. Priscilla's focus is T-SQL, Data Warehousing, MS Power BI, and B.I. Strategy. She is also the Leader of the Orlando Power BI User Group.

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