S3OLV April Change

Earlier this week I announced the meeting for the Las Vegas User Group.  I blasted some of you with emails – along with people in our mailing list.  Those plans are now changed.  No longer will the group be meeting on Thursday April 14th.  Instead we will be having our meet and greet on April 12th.

This meeting change came about at the request of the Azure group at Microsoft.  They will be in town and they wanted to have a little event with our group and the .Net group in Las Vegas.  So, here are the updated meeting details for the S3OLV April 2011 Meeting.

The Microsoft SQL Azure team will be in town on Tuesday, April 12th and would like to present toS3OLV members on SQL Azure, followed by a private social event at the Eye Candy Lounge.

The evening will include an overview of SQL Azure, product demos, usage scenarios (including BI), free Azure trial passes for attendees, and a social gathering afterwards at the Mandalay Bay with free drinks and appetizers.  Come meet the team, learn about SQL Azure, and socialize, network and have fun at the private social gathering following the presentation. There will be plenty of free giveaways, a drawing for an XBOX Kinect, drinks, appetizers, and more!

Event Details:

Where: Mandalay Bay, room “Palm A”

When: 6:30-8pm (overview and demos), social gathering at Mandalay Bay “Eye Candy” Lounge immediately following (private party, must have wristband to attend)

SQL Azure is a relational database built on SQL Server technology available as a service in the cloud.  For more details, please visit www.sqlazure.com/community

Since this event will be held in Las Vegas, it should go without saying that the meeting times are in PST.

Updated invitations were sent out to locals on the mailing list.  Also, you should have received a cancellation notice if you received the original e-vite.

We hope to see many of you there.

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