Month: October 2013
SQL Server Social No. 19 – The forecast is cloud
So, as we predicted back at SQL Social No 17, we have become expects in predicting the weather. We can confidently say that Wednesday, 9th October will have Cloud!
How do we know this, well SQL Server Social No 19 will feature Microsoft PFE Balaji Navaneethan talking about Microsoft’s Cloud offerings – Office 365 and Power BI.
There is also the usual opportunity to network and learn more about data & information management in a relaxed atmosphere with plenty of food and drinks for the evening (thanks to our fantastic sponsors).
Register at http://sqlsocial19.eventbrite.com/
Want to speak at one of our events?
As always, we on the look out for new speakers. If you haven’t had the opportunity to speak before then this event is the perfect platform to get started. We operate in a relaxed, informal atmosphere that encourages discussion. We want you to present on just about anything data related, whether that’s DBA hot tips, Business Intelligence best practices, data visualisation, T-SQL performance tuning, SharePoint, Data Career paths, Certifications, etc. You name it, we want to hear about it. And if you do speak at SQL Social, you won’t go away empty handed. You will receive a one-month subscription to Pluralsight – Hardcore Developer Training. Pluralsight is an amazing resource for online learning, covering just about every developer topic under the sun; including SharePoint, Business Intelligence, SQL Server, PowerShell, Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Virtualisation. The list goes on.
So get in touch with us (luke.hayler at mopani.com.au / sqlsocial at outlook.com / martin.cairney at lobsterpot.com.au) or on twitter @lukehayler , @martin_cairney or @jim_mcleod and we can set a date for you to speak at one of our SQL Social events.
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