In just six days I'll be presenting at SQL Saturday #173 in Washington, DC. If you are in the area and can make it, I hope to see you in my session on avoiding SQL Server Reporting Services annoyances. SQL Saturdays are free events and are the best one-day SQL Server training events I know.
SQL Saturday #173 will have two tracks on Business Intelligence and Analysis Services, two on DBA topics, one for T-SQL developers, and one on personal development. The agenda is packed with great topics. For example, right after my session is over I'm heading over to hear about advanced charting techniques in SSRS presented by Jason Thomas.
Not only are the sessions rich in information, but so are the door prizes. Last year I won the book SQL Server Reporting Services Recipes, and I've used it many times since. Crossing my fingers for an equally good prize this year!
Even if you can't make it up to DC this coming Saturday, consider coming to SQL Saturday #187, which is right here in Richmond, VA! This will be our second SQL Saturday in the city, and the Richmond SQL Server User Group is psyched to bring this event to Richmond again. Jessica Moss and Kevin Kline have already signed up as speakers, and that's just the beginning of what should be a powerful slate of presenters.
Hope to see you Saturday!
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