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Seacoast SQL – Andy Novick This Tuesday (3/8)

Hanging out in the greater Seacoast NH region this week? Well come on down to the Pease Tradeport and visit the Seacoast SQL Server Users Group on Tuesday night! Free food from the Green Bean cafe will be provided for you as well as giveaways and, most importantly…

Technical Training To Help You Grow!

That is why we have these User Groups after all, no? I talked about  your career growth a bit in my closing SQL Univeristy post last week, and I meant it. Well now is your chance to come on down and learn something useful and grow your career (for free).

Andy Novick will be speaking to us about Database Development In Visual Studio 2010. A question I often get when talking SQL server with different shops and development teams is, how do we do source control? What is a good process for developing/releasing code? Well this session tackles one angle of most of these questions. Check out the Seacoast SQL site to see the description and timing info as well as the RSVP e-mail link to make sure we know you are coming for the raffle.

I’m looking forward to seeing you.

Mike Walsh
Article by Mike Walsh
Mike loves mentoring clients on the right Systems or High Availability architectures because he enjoys those lightbulb moments and loves watching the right design and setup come together for a client. He started Straight Path in 2010 when he decided that after over a decade working with SQL Server in various roles, it was time to try and take his experience, passion, and knowledge to help clients of all shapes and sizes. Mike is a husband, father to four great children, and a Christian. He’s a volunteer Firefighter and EMT in his small town in New Hampshire, and when he isn’t playing with his family, solving SQL Server issues, or talking shop, it seems like he has plenty to do with his family running a small farm in NH raising Beef Cattle, Chickens, Pigs, Sheep, Goats, Honeybees and who knows what other animals have been added!

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