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Steel City SQL

By Press Release,

Greetings,

We are pleased to announce the organization of Steel City SQL, Birmingham's local PASS chapter.

PASS is the global community for SQL Server Professionals with over 16,000 members. PASS is the only independent, user-run, not-for-profit association committed to providing SQL Server professionals around the world with technical resources and the knowledge necessary to achieve unparalleled business results.

Co-founded by Microsoft and Computer Associates and with the support of our Charter Vendors. PASS' mission is to provide members with a forum for education, facilitate networking, and influence the direction of SQL Server and related products and services. PASS is dedicated to the continual improvement of its member benefits, events and organization infrastructure.

Join us for the kickoff meeting, May 19th. Hear about PASS and the benefits of becoming a member. JC Armand, from Microsoft, will be highlighting the features of Yukon, and giving away software and other prizes.

PASS Kickoff Meeting - May 19th, 2005 AGENDA

  • 6:30 Registration & snacks (PASS)
  • 7:00 An introduction to PASS
  • 7:15 JC Armond from Microsoft
    Topic: Features of SQL Server 2005 (Yukon)
The kickoff meeting will be held at Protective Life Corporation, 2801 Highway 280 South. Please follow this link to register for the meeting and for directions and a map: http://steelcitysql.org/.

Your information will be kept confidential. Please register soon, we need a headcount for the food. We look forward to seeing you there. Please pass this email on to any other SQL professionals that would be interested in attending.

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