The Midlands SQL Server User Group
Do you use Microsoft SQL Server databases? Whether you’re SQL-curious or a hardened SQL guru, come along to the next Midlands SQL Server User Group.
We normally hold meetings every other month, after work in the centre of Birmingham, usually on a Thursday. It's an informal gathering of like minded people, with a couple of speakers presenting tips, techniques and information on old, new and upcoming technology. We like to get a mixture of world leading speakers as well as providing an opportunity for our members to present.
We tailor the speakers and sessions to your requests so if you have any specific topics that you want to go through, then come along and let us know.
Register your free place at our next event at www.sqlserverfaq.com.
Bringing the West Midlands SQL Server community together
Covering Birmingham, Coventry, Wolverhampton, Stafford, Telford, Shrewsbury
This group is run on a voluntary basis by Alex Whittles, a SQL Server Business Intelligence Consultant with Purple Frog. We're also sponsored on a regular basis by Purple Frog and Microsoft's User Group Support Services, as well as other sponsors for certain events, who have included RedGate, Fusion IO and Smart Reporting Solutions.
If you're in the East Midlands, then why not check out one of our sister SQL user groups in Leicester?
Also check out the following local user groups:
UC Birmingham - Birmingham group covering all things Microsoft UC related; Lync, Exchange, SCOM, DPM, etc.
NxtGenUG - From programming upwards, including other related technology
SharePoint Birmingham - For all things SharePoint
Linux User group - Linux in Birmingham
If you've registered for an event and can no longer make it, please do unregister so that we don't over order the food! To unregister just view your tickets in your EventBrite account, and then cancel the relevant ticket. Thanks!
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