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Board Election for the North Texas SQL Server User Group

The new year is less than 24 hours old and I’ve already been blessed with two different honors.  I shared earlier this morning that I received word of my selection as a Microsoft SQL Server MVP for 2010.  Just four hours later, I was notified that I have been elected to the board of the North Texas SQL Server User…


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SQL Saturday Dallas – Registration and Call for Speakers is Open!

I’m happy to announce that SQL Saturday Dallas is officially scheduled, and the registration and call for speakers is open.  This event will be held on Saturday, May 22, 2010, at the Region 10 Education Service Center in Richardson. We’ll be accepting session abstracts until the middle of February, and have tentatively set an attendance cap of 500 people.  Be…


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North Texas SQL Server User Group Meeting on Thursday

The monthly North Texas SQL Server User Group (NTSSUG) meeting will be held this Thursday, September 17, at 7:00pm at the Microsoft campus in Irving, Texas.  Our guest will be SQL Server MVP and consultant Geoff Hiten, who will be presenting “Bad SQL – Why Does This “Perfectly Good” T-SQL Run So Slow?” Admission is always free, and pizza and…


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SQL Saturday Dallas Update

Just a quick update on the SQL Saturday event we are planning for the Dallas area next year.  Late last week our local event planning committee met to discuss the big stuff (venue, date, and advertising) and came away with a short but critical action list. We’ve got a venue that has given soft confirmation to accommodate us, and we’re…


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NTSSUG Meeting on Thursday: Brian Knight

The North Texas SQL Server User Group (NTSSUG) monthly meeting will be held this Thursday, August 20th, at the Microsoft campus in Irving.  The speaker for the evening will be my friend Brian Knight, a well-known author, co-founder of SQLServerCentral.com, and principal of Pragmatic Works.  He’ll be presenting “Introduction to SQL Server Analysis Services”.  If you’re able to make it…