Detroit Area SQL Server User Group

By Guest Authors on 10 July 2007 | 3 Comments | Tags: User Groups


Charles Deaton, DSSUG President writes: "Come join the Detroit SQL Server User's Group at our next monthly meeting. Once a month SQL professionals like yourself get together in an informal setting to discuss and learn more about SQL Server and its related technologies. So whether your a DBA, Developer, Project Manager, Business Analyst or other IT professional, we hope you can attend the next meeting.

Each meeting has a Presenter brought in to discuss their area of expertise followed by a Q&A session. Meetings usually last around two hours, with plenty of free Pizza, Pop and Give-Aways provided by Microsoft! We meet at 6:00 PM on the second Thursday of each month at the Microsoft office in Southfield, MI."

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