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PASSMN September 2010 Meeting Follow-up

Posted by denglishbi on September 23, 2010

This past Tuesday night we had another great monthly meeting here in Minnesota.  We had the pleasure of having Kalen Delaney present to us and she delivered another great session to our community on Isolation vs Concurrency: What Are the PASSMN_LogoChoices?  This was the same presentation she did for the 24 Hours of PASS last week, but I was not fortunate enough to attend so this was perfect.

If you did not get to attend this meeting or see the 24 Hours of PASS session you will be able to check it out starting next week.  All of the sessions for the 24 Hours of PASS were recorded and will be made available:

All sessions have been recorded and will be available for viewing by September 27.

Don’t forget that next month we will not be having our regular monthly meeting, but don’t worry there is an option for you and guess what….it is an all day free event at the casino!  SQL Saturday #58 will be on Friday, October 29.  We are looking to have at least 4 tracks of most likely 6 sessions (presentations) each, maybe more, with tons of great content and all related to SQL Server of course.  Hope to see you there!

If you want to check out the announcements from this month’s meeting I have uploaded them to my SkyDrive.  Thanks to Jason Strate for putting these together.  We also place this in our Resources->Documents section on our PASSMN site, but currently we are working out some SSO site issues with a recent switch we did.


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