SQLAuthority Author Visit – Ahmedabad User Group Meeting September 2008

Today is third Saturday of the Month and every third Saturday we have Ahmedabad User Group Meeting. Our user group is growing and getting interesting. Everybody who attended last months User Group (UG) Meeting realized that how important it is to attend UG meetings. UG President Jacob Sebastian (SQL Server – MVP) presented excellent session on “Transaction Isolation Levels and Locks in SQL Server”.I personally enjoyed the session very much.

User group is place to meet fellow developers like us and learn something new at no cost. User groups are free and there is no fee. I suggest you read my article here where I have explained what is user group and its activity.

I will be covering important subject “SQL Server CTE and Recursive CTE” in meeting. There will be many small and useful examples during my presentation. My presentation will be followed by one real life example of CTE by Jacob Sebastian.

All the attendees will also enjoy ICE CREAM. Someone suggested that we should change name of our group meeting “SQL with Ice Cream”. What is your suggestion?

Location : 401, TIME SQUARE, CG road, Op Bazar Calcutta, Ahmedabad, India

Date and Time : September 20, 2008 6:30 PM onwards

Hope to see all of you there.

If you with to attend the meeting, please register your name by sending an email to jacob.reliancesp[at]gmail.com latest by Saturday 12 Noon.

Click to join Ahmedabad_SQLServer_UserGroup

Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)

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