Tag Archives: Seacoast SQL Users

Seacoast SQL Nov Meeting Gives Back

Apologies for the delay in getting meeting notice out but it is still happening, just off by a week. It is going to be a fun time. Instead of hearing a presentation, eating some free food and enjoying our freely provided location at Great Bay College, we are going to combine our skills to solve [...]

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SQL 2008 R2 LoadFest – Session Notes

I spoke today at the SQL Server 2008 R2 Load Fest put on by Andy Novick of Novick Software. Great turnout, and it is always fun to see so many folks working together on the task of figuring out the nuances of SQL Server installations together. Also good to see that you were able to [...]

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Heckle Me, Summit Event and Mike Who?

Mike Walsh? Who?
Where has Mike been? Well I originally had pledged to take August off from most extracurricular activities (the User Group still met, still had some PASS conference calls, more later). I guess I was feeling Parisian, except I didn’t go to Nice for the month and I made sure my elderly relatives had [...]

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Seacoast SQL Server Users Group Is Alive!

One of the things that have been keeping me from regular posts has been working on setting up a new SQL Server User Group. Well, that is now starting to really come together! Our first meeting is scheduled for Tuesday April 13th, 2010. We have a basic site, a logo and some plans. Still some [...]

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SQL Saturday, Seacoast SQL and January

Where does the time go?! January was an incredibly busy month with the day job, home, a battle with the flu and the wrap up of the holidays. It went felt like it took a week to go by but some good news came in January as well. This first week in February, I hope [...]

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Seacoast SQL Server Users?

Live in NH, Maine or Northern Mass?
I have been toying with the idea in the back of my head to get a user group setup for SQL Server folks a little closer to home. I love the New England SQL Server users group (NESQL) that Adam Machanic (twitter,blog) runs. I have been to several meetings [...]

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