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EDMPASS – July Meeting

In July the Edmonton Chapter of PASS is going to have it’s 2nd meeting. Details below:

http://www.eventbrite.com/event/378687665

Please be sure to not only click the “Add to my calendar” but also the “Register” button so that we can plan accordingly for food and drinks. 

Date:  July 29th 2009
Time: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Location: Stanley A. Milner library
Map: 7 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Meeting Room: 6th Floor – Room 7
Speaker: Colin Stasiuk
Topic: SQL Security Auditing Through The Ages

(Live Meeting Link to follow)

Agenda:
5:00 pm – Pizza and Socializing
5:30 pm – Sponsor Presentation
5:45 pm – Feature Presentation
6:45 pm – Wrap Up and Draws

Presenter Information:   Colin Stasiuk is an MCP, MCTS SQL 2005/2008, MCITP DBDEV, and MCITP DBA.  Currently, he is an independent consultant contracted to Vantix Systems and working for the Government of Alberta.  Colin is an accomplished Microsoft SQL Server DBA who has been working with SQL Server since 1996.  He is the founder of Benchmark IT Consulting  and is always willing to lend a hand with questions in many SQL Server community forums and via Twitter (http://twitter.com/BenchmarkIT) .  His specialties include SQL Server Administration, Performance Tuning, Security, Best Practice / Standards, Upgrades, and Consolidation.

Colin is a proud PASS member, President of EDMPASS, and is on the DBA Abstract Selection Team for this years PASS Summit

 If you haven’t signed up already at EDMPASS.com please do so now to receive meeting notifications, news, and updates from EDMPASS.

Hope to see you there.

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4 Comments

  1. Prasanna says:

    Is there anyway these meetings are webcasted such that we can attend/participate remotely & learn from you team.

    Thanks in advance…

  2. We’re looking to do a LiveMeeting for EDMPASS starting with the meeting in July.

    Details will follow when available.

    Thanks! 🙂

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