I’ll be speaking at SQL Saturday #41 in Atlanta

Because simply helping organize the event isn’t enough Stuart ( blog | twitter ) decided that I should speak at SQL Saturday #41 in Atlanta too.  I’d like to take this opportunity to point out that not only is he not speaking at this SQL Saturday but he scheduled me for 2 sessions!  OK, enough smack-talk.


This year we will be hosting over 30 speakers including 6 MVPs, and around a half-dozen speakers from Microsoft.  We’re lucky enough to have planned on having David Rodriguez present 3 session on SQL Server 2008 R2 right after it launched earlier this week (yep we planned the whole thing out that way 😉 ).  We’ve got 250 registered and 65 people on the wait list so the next time we do this “we’re gonna need a bigger boat”.  If you’re one of those people on the wait list we’ll be glad to have you join us if we have room after 9 am. 

If you’re not anywhere near Atlanta there are SQL Saturdays happening in New York and Southern California this weekend as well.  My sessions are going to be on Virtualization using Hyper-V and SCVMM (Systems Center Virtual Machine Manager) and Windows PowerShell.

Start Time


1 Centennial Park


1 Grant


1 Piedmont Park


2 Buckhead


2 Chastain Park


2 Highlands


2 Midtown


08:30 AM
















9:45 AM
















11:00 AM
















01:00 PM
















02:15 PM
















03:30 PM
















04:45 PM
















Remember to dress in layers and I hope to see everyone there tomorrow.

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One Response

  1. Thanks for all the Atlanta support of SQLSat#33. I noticed that the Charlotte SQL Server Users Group is representing with four speakers at your event. Good example of support and cross-pollination between PASS Chapters.

    See you tomorrow!

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