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SQL Saturdays are free, one-day training events for SQL Server professionals. Many of these events include a session or discussion on a topic related to Women in Technology. Check out the calendar below for information on upcoming WIT activities at a SQLSaturday near you.

Want to organize a WIT event at your local SQLSaturday but don't know where to start? Download our WIT Session Kit for session abstracts and outlines you can use. For questions or help organizing your event, contact our Regional Activities coordinators by sending an email to WITvc@sqlpass.org.

Event  Location  Date  Session Title  Presenter
SQL Saturday #723 Rochester 3-24-2018 Query Store Primer Tracy Boggiano
SQL Saturday #723 Rochester 3-24-2018 Back to the Basics: T-SQL 101 Deborah Melkin
SQL Saturday #723 Rochester 3-24-2018 I have to support what!? SQL,
Oracle, and
 Mongo - A side by side
“how to”

Kimberly StJacques
SQL Saturday #723 Rochester 3-24-2018 From (User) Story to Tables: Read
 the Lines to Find Your Data
Deborah Melkin
SQL Saturday #705 Richmond 3-24-2018 Data Types Do Matter
Angela Henry
SQL Saturday #705 Richmond 3-24-2018 Intro to Integration Services (SSIS)
Angela Henry
SQL Saturday #700 Colorado Springs 3-24-2018 Killing Cursors
Cyndi Johnson
SQL Saturday #700 Colorado Springs 3-24-2018 Biml 101: Automation and Patterns
Yuliya Quintela
SQL Saturday #700 Colorado Springs 3-24-2018 Challenges and Opportunities in
Creating Accessible Power BI Reports

Meagan Longoria
SQL Saturday #700 Colorado Springs 3-24-2018 Source Control and Database Projects -
Just Do It

Leslie Weed
SQL Saturday #700 Colorado Springs 3-24-2018 How To Talk To Your Storage Admin
Marsha Pierce
SQL Saturday #700 Colorado Springs 3-24-2018 The Power of Data: The Complete
Beginners Data Warehouse Kit

Leslie Andrews
SQL Saturday #700 Colorado Springs 3-24-2018 T-SQL's Hidden Support Feature
Jennifer McGown
SQL Saturday #700 Colorado Springs 3-24-2018 Essential Linux for the SQL Server DBA
Kellyn Pot'Vin-Gorman
SQL Saturday #724 Madison 4-7-2018 Azure SQL Database Performance Tuning
Jes Borland
SQL Saturday #724 Madison 4-7-2018 Excel and SSIS: Better Together
Diane Schuster
SQL Saturday #721 Raleigh 4-14-2018 Tips for Getting Started with the Azure
Data Platform

Melissa Coates
SQL Saturday #721 Raleigh 4-14-2018 Monitoring with sp_WhoIsActive, PowerShell
and PowerBI

Jana Sattainathan
SQL Saturday #721 Raleigh 4-14-2018 Query Plan Options
Kalen Delaney



Baton Rouge
Amy Herold

Janis Griffin
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