Speaking in March: Oregon, Colorado, and Georgia

Kevin Kline

Published On: March 2, 2018

Categories: SQLSaturday, SQLFamily, SQL Server 1

Mid-March in Oregon

We won’t be playing the beloved game. But it will be a great opportunity to learn and network with other SQL Server professionals! I hope you can join me and my colleague Michael Franko for a three-stop speaking tour throughout Oregon. The user group leaders in Eugene, Salem, and Portland have all graciously offered to host a presentation in sequential sessions. Each event is hosted and managed separately, so be sure to follow the hyperlink to register:

If you can attend one or multiple sessions I’d be so happy to see you there. Feel free to pass this along to your colleagues and otherwise spread the word. I’d love to fill up the room. Oh, and please be sure to register if you can make it. That way we'll have enough food for everyone.


SQLSaturday #700 : Colorado Springs

I'm excited to be back in the gorgeous city of Colorado Springs for SQLSaturday #700! The date is set: March 24, 2018. As in the past three years, the organizers have partnered with Colorado Technical University to bring you a great SQLSaturday of learning and community. Lots of great sessions and speakers!

Logistically, please be aware that they will not be serving lunch this year. Instead, there's a 90-minute lunch break to network and get food from any of the nearby restaurants, some local food trucks coming to CTU, or to brown bag your own lunch from home. In addition, there are some great pre-conference sessions, including my own:

If you'd like to grow stronger in the Force (of SQL coding), then join me for this information-loaded seminar! You'll also get tons of additional T-SQL scripts that I use for troubleshooting and performance tuning.

Free, Half-Day Training Events Throughout March:
The SentryOne Roadshow

Are performance problems throttling your database ─ and your company's mission-critical objectives? Join SentryOne data experts for this half-day session that will help you break through your Microsoft Data Platform barriers, whether the problems persist in your SQL Server, SQL Server Analysis Services, or your VMware or Microsoft virtual environment. Breakfast (starting at 8:30 AM), snacks, and an optional lunch are provided. These events are great for DBAs, data managers, BI architects, IT managers responsible for data platforms and the virtual environment, as well as CTOs and CIOs.

Register for one near you! Further details below:

I hope to see you there in person!

In the meantime, let's connect on social media. Details below. Cheers!


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Kevin (@kekline) serves as Principal Program Manager at SentryOne. He is a founder and former president of PASS and the author of popular IT books like SQL in a Nutshell. Kevin is a renowned database expert, software industry veteran, Microsoft SQL Server MVP, and long-time blogger at SentryOne. As a noted leader in the SQL Server community, Kevin blogs about Microsoft Data Platform features and best practices, SQL Server trends, and professional development for data professionals.