Free SQL Server Training Events (UK)

The SQL Relay road show is in full effect again in the UK this October.

Here are the details for those who are wanting to attend (I’m thinking of attending the Newcastle one)

Status Date Location Tracks URL
Open 13/10/14 Reading SQL, Business Intellegence SQLRelay.co.uk/Reading
Open 14/10/14 Southampton SQL, Business Intellegence, Development SQLRelay.co.uk/Soton
Sold Out 15/10/14 Bristol SQL, Business Intellegence SQLRelay.co.uk/Bristol
Open 16/10/14 Cardiff SQL, Business Intellegence, Alternate Tech SQLRelay.co.uk/Cardiff
Open 27/10/14 Newcastle-upon-Tyne SQL, Business Intellegence SQLRelay.co.uk/Newcastle
Open 28/10/14 Leeds SQL, Business Intellegence, Cloud SQLRelay.co.uk/Leeds
Open 29/10/14 Birmingham SQL, Business Intellegence SQLRelay.co.uk/Birmingham
Sold Out 30/10/14 London SQL, Business Intellegence SQLRelay.co.uk/London

If your wanting more info or would like to register, visit one of the links in the table above

If you want more information, tweet @SteffLocke on twitter

I might even see you at the Newcastle event

Quick Update

Here I am, 9 months later… and yes I know I said I’d try to update this at least once a month.

Those of you who know me by know, knew that was not going to happen, however I do still remember that I have a personal blog, and I do have some posts lined up to do soon.

In the mean time, I do actually write professional blog posts for other companies, you can find one of them here:

http://www.codeguru.com/columns/dotnet/

What do I have in store for my word press blog, some interesting and quite long technical articles when I get around to writing them.

2013 Year end

As I sit here on Christmas eve, and look over what I’ve done this year I realize I’ve not blogged anywhere near as much as I said I would. Beacuse of this, I’m really going to try my best to blog at least once a month in 2014, and if I don’t then feel free to shout at me on twitter via @shawty_ds

So what have I learned this year…. well technology wise I’ve really got stuck back into using non .NET tools.
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