Speakers Announced for SQLSaturday #232 in Orlando

Andy Warren, 2013-07-17

It’s done, finally! The sessions for SQLSaturday #232 have been selected and the schedule is available for viewing. We have 8 tracks this year, 6 slots per track, for a whopping 48 sessions this year. It’s an amazing list of speakers – go take a look, you’ll see!

If you’re attending, or haven’t made up your mind yet, I can give you two more reasons to make a long weekend of it:

Think about it. Arrive in Orlando Wednesday night, spend Thursday with Tim learning SSIS (always a useful skill to add or improve), spend all day Friday with Jonathan extending your knowledge of tools that can help you solve real problems, and then on Saturday face the challenge of picking the six sessions you most want to see out of the 48 available. Cap it off by joining us for the after party on Saturday evening and you’ll be ready to head back home on Sunday pleasantly tired and wonderfully energized.

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