SQL Saturday Baton Rouge 2017

SQL Saturday Baton Rouge 2017 is open for registration and the schedule is available! Please visit the website and sign up if you’re interested.

If you’re interested in development at all this is a must attend event. The sessions span all areas of development. As the site says:

SQLSaturday is a global event to bring Information Technology speakers and professionals together for a community-driven, community-attended free day of technical training. The Baton Rouge SQLSaturday event is sponsored by the Baton Rouge SQL Server and .NET User Groups, and will be our annual event on campus at LSU. We expect 600+ regional IT professionals and national speakers to join us. This free conference is open to the public and is perfect for students, CIO’s, database administrators, developers, IT managers, server admins and job-seekers

SQL Saturday Baton Rouge 2015

SQL Saturday Baton Rouge 2015 has opened registration! Please visit the website and sign up if you’re interested.

If you’re interested in development at all this is a must attend event. The sessions span all areas of development. As the site says:

Folks with the following skillsets are drawn to SQL Saturday Baton Rouge because of the professional networking, free training, and giveaways:

SQL Server Administrators
Business Intelligence Developers
Data Analysts
ETL Developers
C#/VB.NET Developers
Mobile Developers
Windows Server Admins
SharePoint Architects
SharePoint Developers
Network Administrators
Quality Assurance Analysts
IT Managers
Project Managers
Students

SQL Saturday Baton Rouge 2014

SQL Saturday Baton Rouge 2014 has opened registration and placed the session list online. If you’re interested in development at all this is a must attend event. The sessions span all areas of development. The tracks include: .NET, Business Intelligence, Career Development, CIO/IT Manager, DBA, IT Pro, PowerShell, SharePoint, SQL Dev, and Web/Mobile dev. Please visit the website and sign up if you’re interested.

Also, our coordinator, Jeremy, will be presenting “Testable WebForms with MVP”. Here’s the description:

MVC is all the rage but what about all the code you already have written in ASP.NET WebForms? How can you make it maintainable and testable? In this session, I’ll show how you can make WebForms applications testable using Model-View-Presenter.