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SQL Server Luxembourg: Natural Born Killers

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Luxembourg SQL Server Users Group

The Luxembourg SQL Server Users Group will be holding a metting on March 26, 2014 beginning at 5:30pm.

This is a free event for registered attendees.

Location

Microsoft’s offices in Clausen, Luxembourg

Topics

Richard Douglas will be presenting “Natural Born Killers: Performance Issues to avoid”. Find out more information about Richard on his site: http://sql.richarddouglas.co.uk/

Tom Van Zele will be recounting his real life experiences with Dell’s SQL Server related product offerings.

Registration

To register, please email John Marsh at john.marsh@sql.lu

Find more information about this event at http://luxemburg.sqlpass.org/

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