SQL Saturday Cork 2018

, 2018-06-04

This coming weekend (9th of June) is SQL Saturday Cork!

I’ve been really looking forward to this SQL Sat as there’s only one in Ireland each year. I’m not from Ireland but have been here for over 4 years now and the User Group in Dublin is where I first started speaking.

I won best lighting talk at SQL Saturday Dublin in 2016 and that pretty much convinced me that I could go on and present full length sessions. So I owe a lot to the event in Ireland and consider it my “home” event.

It’s the first time that the event has been held in Cork and it looks to be a cracker. The venue is at University College Cork and there’s a great line-up of speakers (myself included ?? )

There’s also two fantastic pre-cons on the Friday before: –

Move your database to the Cloud

by Jose Manuel Jurado & Roberto Cavalcanti

50 Things All SQL Server Developers Need to Know

by Kevin Kline

So if you’re based in Ireland (or even if you’re not) I highly recommend that you come for a weekend of fantastic SQL Server training.

Hope to see you there!

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