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SQL in the City 2014

August 19, 2014
It’s official, we have a couple 2014 SQL in the City events scheduled, covering two countries this fall. Both events are packed into a short time (less than two weeks), so Grant and I have quite a bit of travel ahead of us.
 
Once again we’ve divided up the sessions into administration for the DBAs and development topics for the developers, but feel free to cross from one to the other. Our theme is “Ship often, ship safe” and we hope to show you how to build better software, faster. Our goal is to help you get your enhancements and patches into production so your customers can make better use of their applications.
 
London is first, on Oct 24 at Grange St. Paul’s Hotel. The agenda is set with Grant and I delivering a few sessions and a host of Red Gate developers along with some Friends of Red Gate presenting on a variety of topics. We also have a labs you can drop into during the day to gain practical knowledge on how to solve some of your SQL Server problems.
 
A little over a week later, on November 3, 2014, SQL in the City returns to Seattle, with an all day event the Monday before the Pass Summit. We have a similar agenda, though a few different speakers at the McCaw Hall at Seattle Center.
 
We do hope you’ll join us at one of the events, and get a day of training on SQL Server, the Red Gate way. We’ll also have a short happy hour afterwards, and Grant and I would love to share a toast with you. Feel free to stop and chat with either of us at anytime we’re not presenting.

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