The SQL peps are invading the NETDA meeting in Redmond next week

Published On: 2011-08-05By:

That’s right SQL People, the .NET folks at the Redmond, WA NETDA user group has invited me to come and speak at their user group meeting on Monday August 8th, 2011 in the Building 41 cafeteria on the Microsoft Campus.

I’ll be giving a session which I’ve titled “Getting Back to the Basics of SQL Server” where we’ll be going back over the basics of accessing data within SQL Server.  The slide deck isn’t very exciting so I’ll get it posted after the meeting with the sample code that I’ll be showing.  The topics which I’ll be talking about will be useful no matter the version of SQL Server that you are working with from SQL Server 6.5 to SQL Server “Denali” (to be fare some of the stuff is SQL Server 2008+).

The doors open at 6:30pm and the free pizza starts at 6:45pm.  I’ll be starting about 7:10pm.  Once we are done some may go out for some beers afterwards (at least us out of town folks).

Hopefully I’ll see you there,

Denny

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