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Red Gate Software Brings Free SQL Server Training Back to US Due to Popular Demand


CAMBRIDGE, UK, May 24, 2013Red Gate Software is bringing SQL in the City, the popular free training event, back to the US in three new cities.

This October, the events will take place in Pasadena, Atlanta and Charlotte.

SQL in the City is a free, full-day learning and networking event for database professionals. It includes technical presentations from Microsoft SQL Server MVPs and Red Gate developers, alongside hands-on advice about how to work more efficiently with SQL Server.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn more about Red Gate tools and influence their future development. Breakfast, lunch, refreshments, are also included as part of this free event.

This year’s sessions will take attendees on a stairway of best practices for professional database development and administration.

The morning sessions will cover database development, while the afternoon presentations focus on database administration. Choose the event you want to attend and view the agenda here - more details will be announced closer to the event.

“We’re delighted to bring SQL in the City back to the US, in brand new cities this year. We can’t wait to meet more of the SQL Server community in these areas.” says Annabel Bradford, the event’s organizer.

“Data professionals will benefit from 6 hours of training on core SQL Server topics in the form of presentations and Q&A from some of the very best presenters in the SQL Server community. Attendees will also receive a free educational book to help them at work the very next day.”

Meet SQL stars and likeminded professionals

Headline presenters scheduled for the events include SQL Server MVPs:

Choose a city and register as soon as possible to guarantee your place: http://sqlinthecity.red-gate.com. Keep up with #sqlinthecity for the latest updates.


Media Contact: Annabel Bradford

sqlinthecity@red-gate.com +44 1223 438713


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