Free SQL Server in the City Event to be Held in LA

Brad McGehee, 2011-09-30

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Red Gate Software will be providing a free, full-day SQL Server event called SQL in the City in Los Angeles, CA on October 28, 2011. It will be held at the Skirball Cultural Centre in the Santa Monica Mountains, just outside of Los Angeles.

The event will provide six hours of free SQL Server training, with a focus on how Red Gate tools can be used to help make SQL Server DBAs and Developers more productive.Speakers will include Steve Jones, Grant Fritchey, Brad McGehee, Denny Cherry, Kalen Delaney, Aaron Nelson, and Ike Ellis, all SQL Server MVPs.

To find out more about this free event, and how to register, visit www.sqlinthecity.com.

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