Back to #SQLSat Louisville

Steve Jones, 2018-07-12

Next week is SQL Saturday #729 – Lousiville and I’m making the trip. This will be my third or fourth trip there, and I’m looking forward to the trip. It’s a nice town, I can visit some family, and lots of #sqlfamily friends will be there.

This is the 10th event, which is very exciting. Lots of props to John Morehouse, Chris Yates, Mala Mahadevan, and everyone setting the event up. Amazing to see another city get to their tenth event.

The schedule is up, and there are some great sessions. I’m doing my encryption and security session, but I wonder if I’ll have many people coming. I’m up against Randy Knight’s deadlock session, William Wolf’s T-SQL session and a Linux talk from Dave Walden plus others.

In fact, lots of tough choices. Each time slot has at least 2 or 3 sessions I’d like to see, and I’ve got tough choices to make.

If you’re in the area, this is a fun event and the chance to learn some new things about SQL Server. Register today and come spend the day talking about the data platform.

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