November Snuck Up on Me

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Published on: November 1, 2010

I should have gotten this post out last week with another follow-up this week.  Well, looks like I will have to get a couple out this week to try to remind people.  This month SSSOLV has moved up 1 week due to Connections being in town this month and PASS being next week.  With Connections being in town this week, I was able to convince Steve Jones (Blog | Twitter) to come and speak to us.  It works well if we move our regularly scheduled meeting from the second Thursday to the first Thursday of the month.

Steve is going to talk to us this month about the modern resume.  And for those that don’t know who Steve is, Steve is a co-founder of SQLServerCentral and is currently the Editor of SQLServerCentral.

We will be hosting this presentation via LiveMeeting as well.  Here are the details for joining the meeting virtually.

Attendee URL:

Meeting ID: PPBZ4S

The meeting will be from 6:30 – 9 PDT at the Learning Center ( 777 N. Rainbow Ste. 250 Las Vegas 89107).  I am still working on the evite at this time (the contacts list is unavailable currently).

We hope to see you there.

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