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September Chicago SQL Server User Group Meeting

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The September meeting of the Chicago SQL Server User Group will be Thursday, September 13th at the Microsoft Technology Center. If you are interested in attending, you can RSVP from the CSSUG Home Page. You can register for the group as well and receive information about upcoming meetings and group news.

A new section has been added to the home page for member blogs, and new posts to those blogs will be tweeted under the #chisql hash tag. If you are registered for the group and are interested in having your blog added, send your blog address here or post it in the comments here.

Finally, we are looking for presenters for future meetings. If you would like to present, post in the comments or send an e-mail to me here.

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  1. Fred Butzen
    September 14, 2012 at 11:30

    Many thanks to Ira for his presentation last night. It was outstanding.

    The question came up, too, of what future topics the group would like to see discussed. I would like to see more case studies: Here’s a real-world problem, here’s how we tackled it, here’s the results of our efforts. For example, last summer I attended a conference on non-relational databases, and the best presentation by far was from a consultant for the DNC, who discussed how they used MongoDB in their get-out-the-vote efforts. He made concrete many of the issues that are difficult to grasp in the abstract.

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