Thinking of Setting up a SQL Server Users Group?

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 03 Jun 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

The work of setting up a SQL Users Group isn't always easy, but, as Karla relates, it can be a very rewarding. She gives some detailed and useful advice for anyone wishing to get a local group up and running, gleaned from her first year with the excellent Pensacola SQL Server Users Group....

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