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SQLSaturday Pensacola 2017 – Just Five Weeks Away!


It seems like just yesterday when we held our inaugural SQLSaturday #14 in Pensacola, way back in 2009. Honestly though, it seems like a long time ago. Much has changed since 2009. Looking at some of our event sessions from that first event speaks to the passage of time: “A First Look at Visual Studio 2010” and “Introduction to Microsoft Silverlight.” SQLSAT617_web

Now, at an unbelievable #617, we are excited to be a part of the ongoing success of SQLSaturday as we prepare for our June 3rd, 2017 event.  We have speakers coming from 12 states, as well as a few locally grown SQL talents, sharing their knowledge on the latest and greatest in the Microsoft Data Platform. Not only have the SQLSaturday events come a long way, but the enhancements in SQL Server 2016 has made great strides from what it was back when I was using 2008 R2.  Microsoft is always improving, and doing an even better job of listening to those in the data community on their desires for SQL Server 2017. It truly is an exciting data world we are all experiencing, and it’s great that we have so many in the community willing to share what they know at SQLSaturdays all over the world.

Now back to SQLSaturday Pensacola, you can check out our full schedule here. We are also very fortunate to be able to provide two full day pre con sessions on the Thursday and Friday prior to the main event.  This year Sean and Jen McCown of MinionWare will be training on Enterprise Maintenance Lifecycle: Problems & Solutions, and Tim Mitchell will be covering Building Better SSIS Packages.  I’ll be covering more on these trainings in my next posts.

While topics may change, the community that is drawn to SQLSaturdays to come together to learn and network and perhaps further their career and skillsets, is one that we serve proudly here in beautiful Pensacola.

Be sure to reserve your spot today!

Interested in sponsoring? There’s still time!

Let your friends and colleagues know about our event. Download the SQLSaturdayPensacola2017_EventFlyer.

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