2009 SQL Server Training Conferences

Below is a list of some of the many SQL Server-related training that will be available in 2009. As you visit some of the websites, you may notice that the information may be a little old for some of them. This is because many of these events are volunteer-run events, and they have not updated their web pages for their 2009 events yet. If this is the case, be sure you add yourself to their mailing list so that you will be notified when the 2009 event is actually announced. If you know of an event that is not listed below, please add it to the comments at the bottom of this page.

Inside the United States (ordered by state)

· SQLSaturday (Birmingham, AL)

· Silicon Valley Code Camp (Los Altos, CA)

· TechEd 2009 (Los Angeles, CA)

· Microsoft PDC 2009 (Los Angeles, CA)

· MSDN Developers Conference (San Francisco, CA)

· Rocky Mountain Tech Tri-Fecta (Denver, CO)

· SQLSaturday (Atlanta, GA)

· Orlando Code Camp (Sanford, FL)

· SQL Connections (Orlando, FL)

· SQLSaturday (Jacksonville, FL)

· SQLSaturday (Pensacola, FL)

· Tampa Code Camp(Tampa, FL)

· IndyTechFest (Indianapolis, IN)

· Twin Cities Code Camp (Minneapolis, MN)

· SQL Connections (Las Vegas, NV)

· Tulsa TechFest(Tulsa, OK)

· SQLSaturday (Portland, OR)

· DevLink Technical Conference (Nashville, TN)

· Dallas TechFest (Dallas, TX)

· Houston TechFest (Houston, TX)

· Utah Code Camp (South Jordon, UT)

· PASS Community Summit 2009 (Seattle, WA)

· SQLSaturday (Tacoma, WA)

Outside the United States (Ordered by Country)

· SQL Down Under Code Camp (Wagga Wagga, Australia)

· Code Camp OZ (Wagga Wagga, Australia)

· DevTeach/SQLTeach (Vancouver, BC, Canada)

· DevTeach/SQLTeach (Toronto, ON, Canada)

· European PASS Conference (Neuss, Germany)

· Christchurch Code Camp (Christchurch, NZ)

· DevWeek (London, UK)

· SQLBits (Manchester, UK)

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