Redgate invites developers and DBAs to a day at SQL in the City (London and LA)

Cambridge, UK, March 28, 2011 – Redgate invites software developers and DBAs to leave their desks for a day in London or Los Angeles to learn from SQL Server MVPs, meet the people behind their favorite products, discover new tools, and enjoy good food and drink with others passionate about SQL Server. It all happens at Redgate's "SQL in the City," a free all-day event to be held in London on July 15 at One Wimpole Street and in Los Angeles on October 28 at the Skirball Cultural Center.

SQL in the City is a mix of technical presentations, customer case studies, panel discussions, feedback sessions and networking. Participants also have the opportunity to hear first-hand about Redgate products and influence their future development. Breakfast pastries, refreshments, a buffet lunch and drinks reception are included in the free event.

Presentations addressing key issues for SQL Server developers and DBAs are scheduled across two simultaneous tracks. In addition to senior product managers from Redgate, presenters scheduled for the events include:

"SQL in the City is a great opportunity to step away from the day-to-day office grind to share a stimulating day of learning and information exchange with some of the best and brightest in the SQL Server world," says Annabel Bradford, the event's organizer. "Attendees will come away with knowledge, resources and contacts that will make them immediately better at their jobs."

Attendance is limited by the size of the venue, so register as soon as possible. For more information and to register, visit


Media contact:
Bob Cramblitt, Cramblitt & Company
tel. (1) 919.481.4599

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