SQL Saturday – Jacksonville

Devin-Knight, 2008-04-22

I am fairly new to the IT profession, so I think my blog will be great for others trying to get their break.  I have always used blogs as a great source to find answers to my numerous questions.  So, I hope my blog can be used similarly.  My theory is if you write about what you have learned then you are twice as likely to remember it.  So here it goes let’s prove myself right. 

 

Here’s where you can find me:

 

I am a member of the Jacksonville SQL Server User Group although unfortunately I travel during the week so miss the Wednesday meetings.  I will be speaking at SQL Saturday in two sessions on May 3 at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville.  The first session is more of a discussion and will be about what steps to take to get your break in the IT industry.  The second is an introduction to SSIS where I will show how to create a basic package.  Expect this session to fill up quickly because it is an intro session. 

 

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