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SQL Saturdays and other events in 2010

It seems that the SQL community is really growing. There are now quite a few events that you can attend in 2010 to help further your SQL education.  It’s worth the investment to travel a little if any of these are close to you.

And if you’re a speaker, or want to give it a try, consider submitting an abstract to one of these events. Many of them would love to give you a chance to help others.

Here is the current list in date order. I’ve included a couple other events in addition to all the SQL Saturdays.

Jan 23, 2010
SQLSaturday #32 - Tampa 2010
iCal

Jan 30, 2010
SQLSaturday #34 - Boston 2010
iCal

Jan 30, 2010
SQLSaturday #30 - Richmond 2010
iCal

Feb 27, 2010
Rocky Mountain Tech Trifecta
http://rmtechtrifecta.pbworks.com/

Mar 6, 2010
SQLSaturday #33 - Charlotte 2010
iCal

Mar 13, 2010
SQLSaturday #37 - Philadelphia 2010
iCal

Mar 27, 2010
SQLSaturday #29 - Birmingham 2010
iCal

Apr 17, 2010
SQLSaturday #31 - Chicago 2010
iCal

May 1, 2010
SQLSaturday #36 - Wheeling 2010
iCal

May 22, 2010
SQLSaturday #27 - Portland 2010
iCal

May 22, 2010
SQLSaturday #35 - Dallas 2010

May 22, 2010
Indy TechFest 2010

That’s 12 events in the first half of the year, in addition to all the paid conferences that are going on! Very impressive and kudos to the community for getting these events set up.

Be sure you thank your local organizers and speakers if you attend.

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Posted by Anonymous on 16 December 2009

This post was mentioned on Twitter by way0utwest: [blog] SQL Saturdays and other events in 2010 - 12 events so far in the first 6 months of 2010 http://bit.ly/65HLtc

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