SQL Saturday #320 - Raleigh, NC

SQLSaturday is a one-day training event for SQL Server professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server. Come spend the day with some of the most well known experts in the industry, mingle with your peers, learn something new and perhaps win a prize from one of our event sponsors.

This event will be held on September[masked] at Wake Tech Northern Campus, 6600 Louisburg Road, Raleigh, NC 27616. Admittance to this event is free, but we do charge a lunch fee of $10.00 so that we can provide lunch as well as snacks and refreshments! 

Please register soon as seating is limited, and let friends and colleagues know about the event. Go to http://www.sqlsaturday.com/320/register.aspx to register.

NOTE:  RSVPs MUST BE MADE THROUGH THE SQL SATURDAY WEBSITE.  RSVPs TO THIS EVENT DONE ON MEETUP WILL NOT QUALIFY FOR ENTRY TO THE SQL SATURDAY EVENT!!

For more information visit http://www.sqlsaturday.com/320/eventhome.aspx.

More details will be added as they are available.

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  • Maria S.

    Hello friends! It was great meeting you all at this awesome SQLSat#320. I just partnered with Data4Decisions and wanted to invite you to join the conversation on March 24-26 at the Raleigh Convention Center. Use code NCPN15 for 50% off! Hope to see you there. :-) http://t.co/9wPA3AYKvT

    March 19

  • Jeff M.

    Did anyone get the contact info for Jessica Moss and ask for her slides for her "Delivering Technical Presentations"? I can't find them or her contact info.

    September 10

    • Angela

      Thanks Doug. I failed to get her email during the class.

      September 11

    • Doug P.

      Sorry, I had a typo in the email address, should be [masked]

      1 · September 11

  • Shashikanth P.

    It was a great event to attend and have learned a lot on new concepts , ideas etc...but couldn't attend all the presentations that I was interested to go to...so can some one tell me where I could find the slides that were presented during this event.

    September 8

  • Erzsebet S.

    This email doesn't seem to work for me. Try [masked]­

    September 11

  • Bill K.

    I'll add my voice to the chorus of praise. I haven't been able to get to TriPASS in a few months, and it was great to see some people and get some useful info. All the effort and preparation definitely showed, and the event was great! Thanks to all involved!

    1 · September 8

  • Susan Van E.

    Awesome event! Congrats to all the hard-working TriPASS volunteers who pulled it off.

    2 · September 8

  • Vanessa

    This was such a great event! I loved the venue and am hoping that this is going to continue to be an annual event.

    2 · September 8

  • Andrea R.

    Very impressed with this event! I learned so much for so little. Everything was very well organized and facility was great.

    2 · September 7

  • Jon V

    Best PASS event since the 2013 summit

    2 · September 7

  • Denise Y.

    Great event!! I am sorry that I didn't send a correct email for the SQL Saturday volunteer work. I will do better next time!

    1 · September 7

  • Denise Y.

    Great SQL Saturday! I learned so much about A Policy Based Management by Tom Norman...

    1 · September 7

  • Tom N.

    Thanks Raleigh for a great event. See you in January..

    2 · September 7

  • Curtis B.

    For me most of the presentations were level 200. One presenter stray away from what is topic was suppose to be to one that he like best...

    September 6

    • Curtis B.

      Based on the description and caption Beginner, Intermediate and Advance. I found the most of the Advance lectures that I went to, to be more Intermediate than Advance. With the exception of Allen Whites last lecture which should have been rated Advance due to it's complexity (Excellent topic and presentation). The Indexing Deep Dive was a gloss over and should have been rated as a beginner or introduction intermediate presentation.

      September 7

    • Curtis B.

      It for got this part: Keep in mind that these are my opinions, and that I found the overall event a pleasure to be at and worthwhile. I had invited a lot of colleagues and friends to the event.

      September 7

  • RodNunez

    My first SQL Saturday. I learned many new things.
    Thanks !

    2 · September 6

  • Wayne S.

    Best SQL Saturday I have attended. Top rate speakers, intermediate and advanced level topics I was interested in, and awesome sponsors. Best facility I have been in too. If you did not attend, you missed out on the best FREE training around for your career. Thanks Brett!

    2 · September 6

    • Jon V

      I agree. The Wake Tech North campus was an fantastic venue for this event. Emily and Kat were great support from the Wake Tech staff. It amazes me how much the return is on the attendee's $10 investment.

      1 · September 6

  • Jeff M.

    Fantastic! Well done in many regards. Lots of attendees, speakers, volunteers, and sponsors. There was a lot of choices in presentations to attend. I learned a lot.

    2 · September 6

    • Jon V

      As one of the volunteers, it's gratifying to know that the attendees feel the day was a success.

      2 · September 6

  • michael w.

    Awesome! Lots of good information. Great people. Made new friends.

    3 · September 6

  • Al H.

    Learned a lot while having a good time.

    2 · September 6

  • Kay Y.

    It was great.

    3 · September 6

  • Deepak A.

    pretty informative

    2 · September 6

  • Angela

    Awesome Event!

    3 · September 6

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