Thanks to all those who came to SQL Saturday Exeter on Friday and Saturday, we really hope you enjoyed your time with us and learned a lot.
If you didn’t make it along, here’s some of what you missed:
Friday was a pre-con training day, with 8 all day sessions each giving in-depth knowledge on a specific area of SQL Server. Emil Glownia started the review ball rolling, with this post on Friday following the pre-con training day.
The following morning, SQL Saturday itself started in earnest. We had a great turnout, and many full sessions. For some speakers the demo gods were kind, for others, not so – an ever present reminder that typing in a demo can be dangerous!
For some, all this learning wasn’t enough, and so a party of 40 select people (well, O.K., the first 40 to put their names down after the shout went out) headed off for a curry!
Some who attended have already shared their thoughts on the event – here’s a blog from Al Eardley.
Thanks to everyone for making the event what it was; we really couldn’t have done it without you – whether you were sponsoring, speaking, attending or just spreading the word.
We look forward to seeing you again soon.
The SQL Saturday Exeter #269 Committee.
(with apologies to @thomasrushton who missed out on being in this photo as he was doing something far more sensible at the time)