SQL Saturday #171 Pittsburgh!

, 2012-07-18

It's official, there's going to be a SQL Saturday in Pittsburgh this year!

The date is October 6th, and the call for speakers is currently open. Feel free to submit your session for consideration, or just sign up to attend.

Pittsburgh has a vibrant tech community, and if you're at all involved with SQL Server, this is a fantastic networking opportunity, in addition to the great education that will be available. If you like your SQL Server education free, high quality, and fun, please come on out and join us!

For those of you not in the local area, there are many things to do in Pittsburgh and the vicinity, so consider making a weekend of it. Also, there's a Steelers game the next day, hosting the Philadelphia Eagles -- for our friends in the Philly area, can you say ROAD TRIP?

Hope to see you there, October 6th, at LaRoche College in Pittsburgh!

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