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My SQL Saturday Season Begins

January 26, 2017 Leave a comment

We are nearly a month into the new year and my SQL Saturday season is about to start. I will be presenting Creating an Azure SQL Database Using PowerShell.  This will be my third year in Cleveland and I am looking forward to another great time. You can find more information and register here.

SQL Saturday Chicago is taking place Saturday, March 11. I will be helping organize and run the event, so I will not be presenting. I did that a few years ago, and it is just too many balls in the air. The event is already at capacity, but you can add yourself to the waitlist here.  If you sign up for either pre-conference session, you can send your registration receipt to sqlsaturday600@sqlpass.org and you will be registered for SQL Saturday. The pre-conference sessions are Tuning Your Biggest Queries with Adam Machanic and Complete Primer for SQL Server Infrastructure and the Cloud.

Finally, SQL Saturday Madison takes place Saturday, April 8. This will be my fifth straight time in Madison and they put on an amazing event. The venue is in the heart of the University of Wisconsin campus and is one of the more beautiful SQL Saturdays I’ve been to. You can find more information and register here.

If these events aren’t geographically desirable, you can find other SQL Saturday events worldwide here. If you do make it to any of the three, be sure to say hello. Meeting new people is one of the best parts of SQL Saturdays.

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