SQLSaturday Curacao 2013

Jason Brimhall, 2013-08-12

Are you looking for some beach time?  I know I am.  I also know that I will probably get some of that beach time at an upcoming SQL Saturday.  This SQL Saturday event will be held in Curacao in the Caribbean.

Organizing the SQL Saturday event is a friend, Roy Ernest (Blog | Twitter).  I will be attending the event and I will also be presenting.  If you feel the need to learn SQL, this would be a great opportunity.  If you feel the need for some beach time, this would be a great opportunity.  If you can find it feasible to mix the two, this is the PERFECT opportunity.

If you are in the area and looking for a golf partner, hit me up.  If you are in the area and want to talk SQL Server, I would be more than happy to talk shop.

I am looking forward to a great event and the opportunity to meet some great people in Curacao as we bring more SQL Learning to the beach.

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