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Join Our Networking Dinner in Seattle

This is the third year that Andy Warren and myself are hosting a networking dinner in Seattle, just before the PASS Summit. If you are new to the Summit, or just interested in meeting some new people, we hope you’ll join us on Monday, Nov 5, at Gordon Biersch, located in the Pacific Place mall on Pine St. It’s just a couple blocks from the Convention Center.

We don’t have anything formal planned, just a time and place for people to swing by, shake hands, introduce themselves and talk about what they do, or why they came, or just life in general. It’s a casual event that is just (barely) organized so you have a chance to meet other attendees on an off night.

If you don’t have plans and want to attend, come on by. Please register so we have an idea of the number of people coming.

It’s BYOD/BYOF (buy your own xxx), but there’s no fee to attend.

I’ll be at SQL in the City – Seattle 2012 during the day, another free event, and then I’ll come by afterwards.

Register today

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