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SQL Saturday #39, New York City


SQL Saturday #39, New York City

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Steve Jones
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I'd bring something to take notes. Power can be hard to come by, and unless you are blogging or reporting on it, I think getting notes, and then ensuring you get the slide downloads from presenters will be enough.

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Ray,

I expect to join the same train in Hudson (First stop south of Rensselaer). Is there a way to contact you offline?

Dan
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Look for the strange guy in a SQL baseball jersey?

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dbowlin (4/6/2010)
Ray,

I expect to join the same train in Hudson (First stop south of Rensselaer). Is there a way to contact you offline?

Dan

Dan:

I'll send you a PM with my contact info.

If you want to look for me on the train, I'm a heavyset Asian-American guy with a mustache and a goatee. And to make me even easier to spot, I'll also make it a point to wear a NY Yankees baseball cap.

BTW, my wife works in Hudson!

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Steve Jones - Editor (4/6/2010)
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Oh man, now you have me thinking about it!

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I attended the SQL Saturday last month in Philadelphia and I really enjoyed it. I thought it was extremely worthwhile attending, even though most of the sessions were too advanced for me. I picked out the few sessions that were on the beginner level & very beneficial. Perhaps the best part of the day is meeting & networking with other SQL developers & administrators. I was disappointed there was no after event dinner, though.

I plan to attend the upcoming SQL Saturday in Richmond.

Alan
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Hey Mike, quick question . . .

Just for my own planning purposes: I didn't see anything about a post-event reception. Can I safely assume that there isn't going to be one?

I just wanted to make sure before I contacted my brother/friends in the City to ask if they were interested in hooking up for dinner that night!

Thanks!

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You'll have to check with the folks over at njsql (njsql.org). They're the keepers of the schedule.
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Had a GREAT time at SQL Saturday #39! Met a lot of great people, and got some good information about the sessions!

Looking forward to the next one!

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Glad you enjoyed it. Sounded like a great event from the tweets.

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