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The SQL in the City Tour is Almost Here

Five days. That’s how long I’m in Denver after my last trip before I head back to the airport for the 2013 US SQL in the City tour! Once again the crew from Red Gate is traveling around the country, putting on our one day, free, educational SQL in the City events. We are traveling to three cities in the next two weeks, and I’m looking forward to helping teach you about a variety of SQL Server topics.

Did I mention the events are free? Completely free to you. We want you to register, but if you’re in one of these cities, and can come, click one of the register links below and I’ll see you there.

Wed, Fri, Mon, a week long trip for me before I can return to Denver, and hopefully, some time off. I’ll need it, with a variety of talks on Version Control, Backups, and Encryption. I’m also helping with the keynotes, which makes for a busy day, repeated three times, for me. However it’s a lot of fun, and I am looking forward to meeting lots of new SQL Server professionals as I’ve never been to two of these cities.

You should register today if you can come, it’s free, did I mention that?, and you can tell your boss we’ll teach you how to better work with SQL Server. We’ve divided the content into a mix of administrative and development based topics, so there’s something for everyone.


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