Something for the Weekend – SQL Server Links 30/09/11

I hope you’ve had a great week!

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I’m back! Did you miss me? Of course not because you were instead treated to great SQL Server content courtesy of Neil Hambly(Blog|Twitter) playing host in my absence. I think you’ll agree he did an absolutely smashing job, thanks Neil!

Yesterday(Thursday) was the start of an action packed week of SQL Server events here in the UK. I am unfortunately unable to make it to SQLBits this weekend myself and I have to say that I’m super jealous right now of all you lucky folks in attendance, getting your SQL learn on. I hope you have a fantastic time and look forward to catching up with you again soon. I’ll see some of you next week at SQLRelay.

Here’s your weekly roundup of SQL Server Blog Posts, News and Techie Stuff. Enjoy!

SQL Server Links

UK SQL Server Upcoming Events

  • SQLBits 9 –  Thur 29 Sep – 1 Oct – The UKs largest SQL Server event heads to Liverpool.
  • SQLRelay – Mon 3 Oct – Thur 6 Oct – 13 SQL Server Events taking place across 4 days throughout the whole of the UK.
  • SOUTHAMPTON – Wed 9 Nov -Allan Mitchell and James Rowland-Jones taking over the evening.
  • LEEDS – Wed 23 Nov – Provisional date.
Use the SQL Server Event Calendar to keep informed of all upcoming SQL Server events, User Groups, and training opportunities here in the UK. You can also add this calendar alongside you existing Google calendar.

Misc Technology Posts

That’s it for this week. If you’ve read a post this week that you think deserves a mention be sure to let me and other readers know by using comments section below. You can also reach me on email and find me on Twitter(@JohnSansom).

Have a great weekend!

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  • Glenn Berry

    Thanks for the mention and link, John!