I love San Francisco. It was one of the cities that I thought I might live in someday. My kids have all been there multiple times, exploring museums, crossing the amazing Golden Gate Bridge, visting Muir Woods and more. When I heard SQL in the City was coming to S.F, I had some decisions to make. Where to run and can I see the Giants? I can’t, and time is short, so I’ll do a city run, along the E side of the city on Tuesday evening.
On Oct 3, 2012, Red Gate brings the SQL in the City tour to San Francisco and I’ll be flying in Tuesday afternoon to get ready I’m getting in a little late, so time will be short. However I’ll run, eat a late dinner, and do a prep for my sessions on Wednesday.
Grant Fritchey (b | t), Denny Cherry (b | t), Mitchel Sellers (b ), Ernest Hwang, and plenty of Red Gate software developers will be on hand to deliver a full day of training on SQL Server administration, development, and some tips and tricks for smoother developer with Red Gate tools.
And it’s free. Register and come learn with us.
The event is done The Red Gate Way, which is first class with a great venue, good food, and even some nice drinks at the end. There are even a few prizes to win.
It’s the chance to learn about SQL Server, ask questions, debate solutions and meet other data professionals. Our aim is to help you get inspired, solve problems, and make your job easier. We have a variety of sessions on all different aspects of SQL Server, but we’re willing to chat about anything you want to know. Just stop one of us, introduce yourself, and ask away.
This is a great event and I’m looking forward to meeting a few of you in San Francisco.
Register today if you can come. I hope to shake your hand in the city by the bay.
This is part of my SQL in the City series, covering a few thoughts on the US tour.
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