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Are you a SQL Server database professional looking for enhanced training opportunities? If so, the Triangle SQL Server User Group (www.tripass.org) and SQL Events, Inc. are pleased to announce SQL Solstice I: The Dog Days of SQL, a new learning venture focusing on delivering the highest quality training from some of the most respected professionals in the industry including Grant Fritchey, Andy Leonard, Jessica Moss, Andrew Kelly, Ed "The Scripting Guy" Wilson, Louis Davidson, Allen White, Brian Moran and John Welch just to name a few. The schedule is posted and registration to this event is officially open! SQL Solstice I: The Dog Days of SQL provides three days of training covering subjects around database administration, database design and programming, Business Intelligence and more through a variety of delivery options. Need in-depth knowledge of a SQL Server subject? Then choose one of our Deep Dive sessions on Thursday, August 18, where you'll spend eight jam packed hours devouring information overload presented by some of the top minds in the industry. Need more coverage of a topic than what your get at other events? You'll get it in our Extended Sessions being delivered on Friday, August 19th. We're giving back with our "Community Day" on Saturday, August 20th, where you'll have access to a variety of hour long sessions for little cost. You'll get maximum training value for a relatively low investment. Register today as space is limited and spots are filling up quickly. For more information about this event and how you can attend, check out our web site at www.sqlsolstice.com. This event will be held at the Holiday Inn Brownstone, nestled in downtown Raleigh, NC close to shopping, excellent restaurants and a vibrant night life. For more information regarding accommodations, please visit our web site at www.sqlsolstice.com/HotelInfo.aspx.
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