September S3OLV Meeting

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Published on: September 3, 2010

Another month has crept up upon us.  It is time once again for the Las Vegas User Group /PASS Chapter to meet.  This month we will have Stacia Misner (Blog | Twitter) present to us: “PowerPivot – Why Should You Care?”

The meeting place is the usual location at the Learning Center

Learning Center of Las Vegas
777 N Rainbow, Ste 250.


We are also making this group meeting available via Livemeeting once again.
All guests can attend at:
https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/UserGroups/join?id=C7N873&role=attend

Meeting ID is C7N873 (just in case you need it).

We hope to see you virtually or in person.

Also, S3OLV is now on twitter.  Follow @S3OLV

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  1. quoted on September S3OLV | SQL RNNR says:

    […] can find more details here.  That is my blog post from last week on the topic.  We will be listening to Stacia Misner talk […]

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