I’m happy to announce that I’ll be going on a Central Texas SQL Tour in mid-August.
First up is the San Antonio SQL Saturday – I’ve been selected to be a speaker. This is really special because this is San Antonio’s first ever SQL Saturday!!! I’ll be presenting what is probably my favorite presentation – “Table Variables & Temp Tables – What You Need to Know!” This session usually runs about 75 minutes, so I’ve arranged to have the session immediately prior to lunch to help stagger the lunch flow. If you are anywhere in the area, come on out and see this presentation – I’ll guarantee that you will learn something, or double your registration fee back! You can register for this wonderful, free event at this link. From that link, you can also see the schedule and gaze in awe and wonder at all of the wonderful free sessions that you can attend all day. The SQL Saturday is on August 13th, 2016, and it is at Texas A&M University, One University Way, San Antonio, Texas, 78224 (map).
The following week, I’ll be at two user group meetings. The first is CACTUSS North on Tuesday, August 16th in Austin Texas. The meeting starts at 6pm, and I’ll be doing an encore presentation of “Table Variables & Temp Tables – What You Need to Know!”, so if you couldn’t see it at the SQL Saturday, be sure to come out to see it here. Sign up to attend this user group meeting here, and the meeting is at the Microsoft offices at 10900 Stonelake Blvd., Suite 225, Austin, TX, 78759 (map).
The next night, Wednesday, August 17th, I’ll be back in San Antonio, presenting at their SALSSA user group meeting. The meeting starts at 6pm, and I’ll be doing a different presentation – “SSMS Tips and Tricks – Using What You’ve Already Got”. They meet at the New Horizons Computer Learning Center, located at 2727 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX, 78230 (map).
You can read the abstracts for both of these presentations here. And yes, I’m sure I’ll be at the Riverwalk in San Antonio sometime during my free time. I love the Riverwalk, and my favorite restaurant is nearby.