PASS Summiteers Guide to Charlotte, Part 5: Summit Map & Area Guide

Greg Gonzalez

Published On: October 8, 2013

Categories: SQLFamily, PASS Summit 0

The PASS Summit has been held in Seattle for the past 5 years, so if you're a previous attendee you may know that city like the back of your hand. We realize that this will be the first time in Charlotte for many of you, however, so we are doing what we can to help you get acclimated to your new surroundings as quickly and painlessly as possible. The SQL Sentry Shuttle is a big part of this, and the Summit Map & Area Guide is another.

The guide was produced from the deep local knowledge of our adventurous team, and support from the great folks at PASS and the CRVA. (I wish I'd had something like this my first few Summits in Seattle, it could have saved a lot of aimless wandering. ;-) It covers pubs, museums, and everything in between... not just in uptown Charlotte, but in all destination areas served by the shuttle.

You can grab the PDF using the link above or images below, and there will also be a hard copy in your attendee bag.


We've also included the shuttle stops, the start/finish point for #SQLRun on Weds, the #SQLKaraoke location on Tues, uptown parks, major venues, and Lynx light rail stops.

I'm hopeful that at the 2013 Summit, any aimless wandering will be kept to a minimum. Enjoy!

Greg is founder and Chief Scientist at SentryOne. He is a Microsoft developer by background and has been working with SQL Server since the mid 90s. He is perpetually engaged in the design and development of SQL Sentry, Plan Explorer and other SentryOne solutions for optimizing performance on the Microsoft Data Platform.