SqlSaturday 377, Kiev, May 23 – only 3 days left

sqlcodeguard, 2015-05-20

Hello everyone!
As you may already know – on 23rd May in Kiev will be held SqlSaturday 377.
Hurry up!
You can meet many famous speakers, including Kevin Boles, Benjamin Nevares, Dmitri Korotkevitch, Satya Jayanty, Mihail Mateev, Boris Hristov, Dmitry Piliugin and other.
Also you can attend 3 Pre-cons:
Kevin Boles. Tune Like A Guru! – https://sqlsaturday-377-precon-kevin-boles.ticketforevent.com/
Dmitri Korotkevitch. SQL Server Internals from the practical angle. – https://sqlsaturday-377-precon-dmitr.ticketforevent.com/
Benjamin Nevarez. SQL Server Query Tuning & Optimization. – https://sqlsaturday-377-precon-benjamin-nevarez.ticketforevent.com/
Session schedule can be found here http://www.sqlsaturday.com/377/Sessions/Schedule.aspx
Follow SqlSaturday 377 at Twitter –  #sqlsatkiev
See you in Kiev at SqlSaturday 377!

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