Links to SQL Server User Group Community in Phoenix, AZ – by Jeff Jones

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Links to SQL Server User Group Community in Phoenix, AZ – by Jeff Jones

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Added by July 15, 2010

Here are a couple of links to the Arizona SQL Server User Group community.  The first is the Arizona SQL Server User Group.  It usually meets each month except during the summer.

The second is a link to SQL Saturday.  A group of SQL Server users are attempting to organize a SQL Saturday event.  Check out this link to get the latest status.

Arizona SQL Server User Group:  http://arizona.sqlpass.org/

SQL Saturday Phoenix – http://www.sqlsaturday.com/47/eventhome.aspx

 

 

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