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SQL in the City Summits Down Under

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Redgate are inviting senior data professionals to attend one of the upcoming SQL in the City Summit events taking place in June. If you’re interested in learning how your business can benefit from implementing Compliant Database DevOps this event is for you. Find out who’s presenting and register for a Summit near you today.

2019-06-11 (first published: )

SQL in the City Summits – US & Down Under

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Redgate are inviting senior data professionals to attend one of the upcoming SQL in the City Summit events taking place in May and June. If you’re interested in learning how your business can benefit from implementing Compliant Database DevOps this event is for you. Find out who’s presenting and register for a Summit near you today.

2019-05-20 (first published: )

SQL in the City Summits – UK, US & Down Under

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Redgate are inviting senior data professionals to attend one of the upcoming SQL in the City Summit events taking place in April, May and June. If you’re interested in learning how your business can benefit from implementing Compliant Database DevOps this event is for you. Find out who’s presenting and register for a Summit near you today. Register now

2019-04-25 (first published: )

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