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Sunday, March 22, 2015

Announcing: SQL Saturday Baton Rouge 2015

SQL Saturday Baton Rouge 2015 is coming up on August 2 at LSU, register today!

Email or instant message your friends, post it on your blog, tweet it on Twitter with hashtag #SQLSatBR - free training is coming soon for those interested in SQL Server, .NET development, SharePoint, Windows Server, PowerShell and more!

Who Attends SQL Saturday Baton Rouge?
Folks with the following skillsets are drawn to SQL Saturday Baton Rouge because of the professional networking, free training, and giveaways:

  • SQL Server Administrators
  • Business Intelligence Developers
  • Data Analysts
  • ETL Developers
  • C#/VB.NET Developers
  • Mobile Developers
  • Windows Server Admins
  • SharePoint Architects
  • SharePoint Developers
  • Network Administrators
  • Quality Assurance Analysts
  • IT Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Students
After our 600+ person 2014 event, we received some great feedback and testimonials, like these actual responses:

  • “Some very good talks with great content, large community of very smart, talented developers, great networking, and awesome SWAG/goodies”
  • “Great networking opportunity, good way to get to know the community. Some talks were really excellent presentations on state of the art database techniques.”
  • "Lots of companies with great networking opportunities; lots of free training and free stuff. High quality and free is very unique.”
  • “It was a fun way to network and learn about how everyone is using technology that we can bring back to our own organizations. It is a chance to learn something new, and meet new people.”
  • “My first sql saturday and certainly not my last. Had a very nice time.”

Check out the results of our last, most important question on a post-event survey:



See you there!

Team SQL Saturday Baton Rouge
Register today!

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