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SQL in the City – US 2012 Tour

SITC_headerLast year I had the pleasure of speaking at two SQL in the City events: London and Los Angeles. It was a great time and I was hoping we’d do more events this year.

We did, with 2 events in London in July of this year and now we’re about to embark on the US portion of our 2012 tour. Over two weeks in September and October the Red Gate crew, including myself and Grant Fritchey, will hit five cities.

At each event we’ll have a few special guests speaking, people like Adam Machanic and Brent Ozar. The line up changes slightly in each city, so check the agendas.

We also added another event on Nov 5, 2012, in Seattle, just before the PASS Summit. If you’re planning on going to Seattle that week, think about joining us on Monday for a free day of training.

All these events are free, and I’m looking forward to them. I wrote a post about my views for each event, and you can check those out if you are interested. If you want to run with me, I’ll be up early in each city on the day of the event, and sometimes the day before.

This is a free event. FREE to you, with lunch provided, snacks, and a refreshing beverage at the end of the day.

If you are in any of these cities on this date, I’d be happy for you to attend and shake my hand.

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