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I figured I'd start a thread (I don't think anyone's done so) for all things SQL Saturday!

I'm heading down to NYC tomorrow for SQL Saturday #158

Who's going to be there (that is, besides Dan, whom, I assume, I'll see on the train tomorrow morning)? Anyone want to hook up?

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Not me, though I'd like to. Camping with the family, so I'll be gone Mon/Tue as well (everyone behave).

My 2012 SQL Saturday schedule moving forward is likely:

Sept 22 - Denver
Oct 20 - Salt Lake City (tentative)
Dec 8 - DC (tentative)

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I don't currently have money for SQL Saturday travels, so likely will stick with local ones until the financial situation improves.

Anyone have a million dollar winning lottery ticket I could "borrow?"

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Brandie Tarvin (8/3/2012)
I don't currently have money for SQL Saturday travels, so likely will stick with local ones until the financial situation improves.

Anyone have a million dollar winning lottery ticket I could "borrow?"


If you find one, please share the wealth, I could some extra cash too.

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I don't currently have money for SQL Saturday travels, so likely will stick with local ones until the financial situation improves.

Anyone have a million dollar winning lottery ticket I could "borrow?"


If you find one, please share the wealth, I could some extra cash too.

Me too. I feel the pain, believe me.

For me, NYC is the closest thing I have to a "local" one.

It helps that I was able to scrounge up great deals on Amtrak!

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I'm maxed out for the rest of the year. I'll be in Oklahoma City in a couple of weeks and Rhode Island in September, but after that, it's all SQL In The City, Connections, PASS Summit and a new one in December, SQL Server Live. Next year, I should be back to a bunch of SQL Saturday events.

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Ray K (8/3/2012)
I figured I'd start a thread (I don't think anyone's done so) for all things SQL Saturday!

I'm heading down to NYC tomorrow for SQL Saturday #158

Who's going to be there (that is, besides Dan, whom, I assume, I'll see on the train tomorrow morning)? Anyone want to hook up?


Will you be able to make Rhode Island in September?



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Ray K (8/3/2012)
I figured I'd start a thread (I don't think anyone's done so) for all things SQL Saturday!

I'm heading down to NYC tomorrow for SQL Saturday #158

Who's going to be there (that is, besides Dan, whom, I assume, I'll see on the train tomorrow morning)? Anyone want to hook up?


Will you be able to make Rhode Island in September?

Maybe. Let me see how my schedule looks. (And let me consult with my wife -- she handles my checkbook, after all! ;-))

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Ray K (8/3/2012)
I figured I'd start a thread (I don't think anyone's done so) for all things SQL Saturday!

I'm heading down to NYC tomorrow for SQL Saturday #158

Who's going to be there (that is, besides Dan, whom, I assume, I'll see on the train tomorrow morning)? Anyone want to hook up?


Will you be able to make Rhode Island in September?


Looking forward to seeing you there.

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Although they tell us that they want it real bad, our primary goal is to ensure that we dont actually give it to them that way.
Although change is inevitable, change for the better is not.
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Jeff Moden (8/7/2012)
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Ray K (8/3/2012)
I figured I'd start a thread (I don't think anyone's done so) for all things SQL Saturday!

I'm heading down to NYC tomorrow for SQL Saturday #158

Who's going to be there (that is, besides Dan, whom, I assume, I'll see on the train tomorrow morning)? Anyone want to hook up?


Will you be able to make Rhode Island in September?


Looking forward to seeing you there.


Ditto - Working out travel details currently.



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