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Win a Free Conference Pass to SQL Server Live! in Orlando

Taking responsibility for your own Professional Development and making it a priority is essential to being a successful Data Professional.

Courtesy SQL Server Live! I’ve got an outstanding opportunity for you to do exactly that.

Together we’re giving you the chance to Win a FREE conference pass to SQL Server Live! in Orlando.

SQL Server Live!

SQL Server Live! provides comprehensive education and knowledge share on SQL Server database management, data warehouse/BI model design, Big Data analytics, performance tuning, troubleshooting and coding against SQL Server.

The conference is designed to finely tune the skills of DBAs, developers, Business Intelligence specialists (just to mention a few) with 5 days of workshops, deep dives and breakout sessions.

SQL Server Live Orlando

All you have to do to be in with a chance to win is simply submit your full name and email address using the form below. You’ll shortly then receive an e-mail confirming your entry for the giveaway and subscription to receive blog updates.

The winner will be chosen at random on Wednesday 30th October. Good luck!

Terms and Conditions

  1. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only.
  2. The prize is for a “Best Value Conference Pass” only. Hotels/Flights and all other expenses are not included.
  3. Entry confirms your approval that event organizers may contact you with future offers/discounts.
  4. The deadline for entries is 29th October 2013.

(This Giveaway is now closed.)

John Sansom - SQL Server DBA in the UK

John Sansom (Blog | Twitter) is a Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) of SQL Server and publisher of the free SQL community ebook DBA JumpStart, an inspiring collection of advice for Data Professionals, written by 20 SQL Server experts. Awarded the Microsoft Community Contributor(MCC) award, John is a prolific blogger and can be found regularly writing about SQL Server and Professional Development over at www.johnsansom.com.


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