SQL Intersection, Spring 2014

, 2014-03-04 (first published: )

I am terribly jazzed to be involved with this amazing event, SQL Intersection. It’s featuring some truly amazing speakers presenting on important topics. It’s being held here on the East Coast, right near the Mouse, the Duck and Dog. This is one of those conferences you need to get to. Check out the lineup. That is some of the smartest, most capable people I know. I’m quite humbled to be on the list with them, so I’ll do my level best to deliver good content. Look at the sessions. While I don’t know precisely when SQL Server 2014 is coming out, I’m sure it’s real soon, so this will be a great place to get a leg-up on understanding what this new set of technology offers, or just learn more about SQL Server in general, Azure, SSRS and SSIS.

Click here now to register for this special event.

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