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SQL Saturday #264 - Ancona, Italy

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SQL Saturday is a training event for SQL Server professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server. This event will be held Dec 13 2013 at Università Politecnica delle Marche - Ancona, Italy. This SQL Saturday will feature 3 tracks focused on BI, DBA, and Development.

2013-11-28

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SQL Saturday #248 Tampa

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SQLSaturday BI & Big Data Edition is a free training event for everyone interested in learning about Business Intelligence & Big Data with a focus in the Microsoft SQL Server platform. This event will be held November 9th, 2013. In addition to our Saturday free event, we will also host four paid full day pre-conferences.

2013-10-29

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SQL Saturday #255 Dallas

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SQL Saturday is coming to Dallas on November 2. This is a free, one day conference for SQL Server training and networking.

On November 1, there will be a pre-conference event featuring Andy Leonard, Grant Fritchey, and Drew Minkin.

2013-10-24

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SQL Saturday #190 Denver

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Join us at SQL Saturday Denver on September 28. SQL Saturday is a training event for SQL Server professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server. This SQL Saturday includes a number of options for pre-conference training in Denver, including a free session presented by Steve Jones.

2013-09-18

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SQL Saturday #228 Cambridge, UK

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SQLSaturday #228 Cambridge is a training event for SQL Server professionals, Business Intelligence and SQL Server Developers and those just wanting to learn more about SQL Server. This event will consist of a pre-conference day on the 27th September and a free community day on the 28th September 2013.

2013-09-16

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