I haven’t been to Wisconsin in a long time. Not since I was a little kid, going to visit family. However I’m heading up there next week for SQL Saturday #287 in Madison, WI. I’ll be speaking about unstructured data, basically Filestream and Filetable, giving a preview of the talk I’ll be doing at SQL Intersection in a few weeks.
If unstructured data isn’t your thing, the schedule has a number of well known speakers coming for the event. Brent Ozar, Jes Borland, Bill Fellows, Joe Sack, Michelle Ufford, and many more covering all sorts of topics from SSIS to AlwaysOn to Powershell. You’ll have a chance to make some hard decisions during each time slow, trying to determine which sessions you’re willing to miss to see some other great presentations.
There are also some great pre-cons available on Friday from David Klee (virtualization), Jes Borland and Ted Krueger (Tuning), and Dan English (BI). These are some of the most affordable all day training you’ll ever find, so take advantage if you can.
If you’re anywhere in the area, which might mean almost anywhere from Minneapolis to Des Moines to Chicago, consider making the trek for a fun, informative day with the #sqlfamily. I hope to see you there.
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