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Come Learn at SQL Intersection, Get a Surface Tablet

This spring I’m speaking at the SQL Intersection conference. It’s a new conference, managed by SQLskills founders Kimberly Tripp and Paul Randal. It’s April 8-11 in Las Vegas, and it’s got a slew of amazing speakers that I’ll be alongside, including Brent Ozar, Grant Fritchey, and more.

If you register today, and attend one of the pre- or post-conference sessions, and there are some great ones in the SQL Server space, you’ll get a Surface RT Tablet. It’s a great tool to use for mobile work, taking notes at events, in meetings, or even walking around your office.

The tablet isn’t a reason to attend the conference, but it’s a nice bonus. And it will help you, since you’ll want to take lots of notes in the sessions. All of the speakers are experienced professionals, working with SQL Server and bringing a ton of experience to their talks. There are talks about new features and old ones, best practices, and practical advice.

If you’re looking to learn this spring, think about coming to SQL Intersection this spring.

Learning by day, Entertainment at night.

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