SQL Saturday #144 – The DateTime is Now

In case you haven’t heard, Sacramento is having its first ever SQL Saturday. No, you didn’t misread that. The Cow-Town of California, where our Mayor is an ex-NBA star, our airport is considered international because it flies direct to Mexico and the biggest attraction we have here is a toss-up between Old Town and the State Capital Building.

You got plans on July 28, 2012? Hopefully your answer is ‘No’. The Sacramento SQL Server User Group is going to be putting on a great day of FREE SQL learning. In case you haven’t seen the speaker list, we have already gotten submissions from some great folks both local and national on topics from Database Administration to Business Intelligence and SQL 2012. Maybe you have heard of some of them!

We have a really great planning team who is working their tails off to try and put together a truly outstanding event. We will be having the event at a very lush local venue that is close to downtown Sacramento and Cisco will be hosting an after party at a restaurant on the Sacramento River (more details to come). Check out the SQL Sat 144 website to sign up now and get more information. If you are interested in presenting, we would love to hear from you! We are always looking for people to speak at out local user group meetings as well as events like this.

Can’t wait to see everyone on July 28th!

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One Response to SQL Saturday #144 – The DateTime is Now

  1. Urvish Panchal says:

    You are great writer!! I really enjoyed SQL Saturday.. It was fantastic event to learn as well as meet and greet SQL Gurus..Amazing experience..

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