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SQL Saturday #381 - Richmond, VA

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SQL Saturday is coming to Richmond on March 21, 2015. Join us for a free day of SQL Server training and networking. There are also paid-for pre-con sessions available from Tim Mitchell and Kevin Kline. Register while space is available.

2015-02-27

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SQL Saturday #374 - Austria

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SQL Saturday is holding its first event in Vienna on February 28, 2014. With over 20 sessions on SQL Server, the event is aimed at all those interested in SQL Server - from pros to beginners. Register while space is available.

2015-02-03

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SQL Saturday #363 - Nashville, TN

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SQL Saturday is coming to Nashville on January 17 for a free day of SQL Server training and networking. There will also be paid-for pre-cons to this event on Thursday and Friday, so register while space is available.

2014-12-29

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SQL Server Luxembourg: Wait Watchers

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On November 19, 2014, the SQL Server Luxembourg User Group and Dell Software will be hosting a free event. Richard Douglas will be be presenting a double bill: SQL Server 2014 features everyone can use, and Wait watchers - Gain Performance Increases Fast! This event is free to registered attendees.

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2014-11-11

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