#SQLSaturday194 is coming to Exeter on the 8th – 9th March.
What is SQL Saturday? The brain child of Steve Jones, Brain Knight and Andy Warren, the founders of sqlservercentral.com the first event took places in the US in back October 2007 and since then has grown into a series of global events. Best described as a 1-day SQL Server conference held on a Saturday that is free or almost free to attend.
The good people at the SQL South West User Group have put a lot of time and effort time into planning and organising #SQLSaturdayExeter which I’m very much looking forward too and I’m sure it will be a huge success.
Saturday 9th March will be the free 1-day conference but there is also a pre-conference training day, known as a pre-con day where you can get a full day’s training from some of the leading SQL Server professional from around the globe! This is taking place on Friday 8th March.
This training day is great value too. You can get a full day’s training for £150 if you register before the end of January and £185 afterwards.
There are five great sessions from five great people for you to chose from
- Dave Ballantyne and Dave Morrison - TSQL and internals
- Christian Bolton and Gavin Payne - Mission critical data platforms on Windows Server 2012
- Denny Cherry - SQL Server Security
- André Kamman - Powershell 3.0 for SQL Server Administrators and Developers
- Mladen Prajdić - From SQL Traces to Extended Events - The next big switch.
As you can see pre-cons and the people delivering them are top-notch, and I’m sure like me you’d want attend more than one. So don’t miss out get your place reserved today.
To reserve your place simply follow the links above which will take you to the SQL South West User Group read the pre-con abstracts and then follow the link to reserve your place on the session you want to attend. Simple!
Register for the free Saturday conference and your Pre-Con today.