23/04/2012 9:55:01 AM
After a shaky start to the year SQL Server Social is back in full swing again with the next event scheduled for May 2nd 2012.
What is SQL Server Social?
SQL Server Social is a new event for the SQL Server Community. This month's event has been organised by Luke Hayler (@lukehayler) and Martin Cairney. You can read more about SQL Server Social on the new blog http://sqlserversocial.wordpress.com.
What is it about?
The aim of the event is to provide an opportunity for Data professionals to network, share ideas and experiences, have a beer or two, and make some new friends. We will be keeping the format simple; arrive, meet new people, talk 'data'. We may have some hot topic suggestions that will be used to initiate discussions/debates, but the conversations are entirely up to you. You may want to talk about any issues that you may be facing (in your data-related life...), or indeed any solutions that you may have and want to share. The event is open not just to data professionals, but also to anyone looking to get a better understanding of data, databases & BI.
The next event is to be held on May 2nd. The event will be held at The Bull & Bear Pub, 347 Flinder's Lane, Melbourne, VIC. It's going to be a night of activities; pool, darts, pinball machine, etc. We will have have a room all to ourselves, so it will make for easier conversation.
If you would like to attend the event, please head on over to:
and register. The registration will enable us to keep track of numbers and ensure we have the correct food and drink allocations on the night. All the details pertaining to the event are listed on eventbrite, but if you do have any questions about this event, including being a sponsor, please contact Luke (email: email@example.com, twitter: @lukehayler, LinkedIn: http://linkedIn.com/in/lukehayler) or Martin (email:firstname.lastname@example.org, LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/martincairney).
Venue: The Bull & Bear Pub, 347 Flinder's Lane, Melbourne, VIC |
Duration 6:00pm onwards |
On: Wednesday, 2 May 2012