December 2010 SSSOLV Reminder

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Published on: December 8, 2010

Here is a quick reminder and a repost of the announcement from last week.

This month we will be broadcasting the meeting once again.  This month the technology bug will not bite us like last month.  I can feel it – we are bound for a problem free evening ;).

For any that are interested in attending this presentation virtually, you are welcome to attend.  Here is the information that you will need in order to attend the meeting.

Attendee URL:

Meeting ID:  8Z4B6M

Wayne Sheffield is going to be presenting to us this month.  His presentation will be on the subject of Table Variables and some myths concerning those.  It is certain to be well worth your time.

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