Working Hard in Baton Rouge

, 2018-07-18

I’m heading back to Baton Rouge for SQL Saturday #749 this August. This is one of the largest SQL Saturdays in the US, and one I really enjoy. I’ve been there 5 or 6 times, and I was honored to be selected again.

But they’re working me. The schedule is out. I’m doing three sessions, the first three of the day. You can some see me talk about:

If you’re in the area, this is a great way to get some training on SQL Server and .NET. There are lots of really good sessions from some experts, including the Power BI experts, Adam Saxton and Patrick LeBlanc.

Hope to see you near the Big Easy this August.

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