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Posted Nov 18, 2002

The PASS SQL Server Community Summit - Seattle

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

NOV 19-22  PASS Community Summit - The Largest and Only User-Event Dedicated to SQL Server
Washington State Convention & Trade Center, Seattle, Washington

Join the Professional Association of SQL Server users (PASS) in Microsoft's backyard for 100+ technical sessions by more than 60 user-experts, MVPs and members of the Microsoft development team. With the most impressive collection of product experts, technical sessions and networking opportunities all under one roof, DBAs, architects and developers who depend on SQL Server cannot afford to miss this training event.

Additional information about the PASS Community Summit-Seattle is available at http://www.sqlpass.org/events/seattle/index.cfm.

A Conference Overview can be found at http://www.sqlpass.org/events/seattle/overview.cfm.


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