Why You Should Come to SQL Saturday #48 – Columbia, SC

Brian Kelley, 2010-09-22

SQL Saturday #48 is on October 2. We’re offering free SQL Server and PowerShell training from some great names in the business. We’re offering free lunch. And we’ve got some awesome prizes, courtesy of our sponsors. I say we’ve got great names, so here are some of them:

Microsoft Employees:

Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs):

There are also some great speakers who aren’t Microsoft employees or haven’t been recognized as MVPs, such as Stuart Ainsworth and Aaron Nelson, to just name 2. We have 29 different speakers giving 48 sessions in tracks for database administration, database development, and business intelligence. Mix in great sessions on professional development and PowerShell, and there should be something for everyone who works with SQL Server. So if you haven’t already registered, what are you waiting for?

 

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