|By Business Wire||
|October 9, 2013 09:03 AM EDT||
Can’t join the world’s largest Microsoft SQL Server conference in Charlotte, NC, this year? PASS Summit will be bringing a slice of the event to community members around the globe via free live-streaming of technical sessions, keynotes, interviews, and more Oct. 16-18.
Following its popular debut at PASS Summit last year, PASStv will deliver a jam-packed live broadcast schedule from PASS Summit 2013, including technical sessions by some of the industry’s top speakers, keynotes by Microsoft Corporate Vice President Quentin Clark and Technical Fellow David DeWitt Oct. 16 and 17, and the Women in Technology Panel Discussion Oct. 17.
The channel will also feature interviews with keynoters, speakers, SQL Server MVPs, community and Microsoft leaders, PASS volunteers, and sponsors. PASStv will then replay the day’s programming overnight for convenient access by SQL Server professionals throughout the world.
“PASS Summit is first and foremost a community conference – planned and presented by and for the SQL Server community,” said PASS President Bill Graziano. “So even if you aren’t able to join us in Charlotte, we’re excited that you can tune in to PASStv and share in some incredible learning and community activities wherever you are.”
All PASStv programming will be live-streamed and replayed from the PASS Summit website – http://www.sqlpass.org/summit – beginning at 8:00am ET/12:00 GMT Wednesday, Oct. 16. Review the schedule for programming times in your location.
PASS is an independent, not-for-profit community organization dedicated to empowering data professionals who leverage Microsoft technologies to connect, share, and learn. With a growing membership of more than 100K, PASS enables networking, knowledge sharing, and peer-based learning through local and virtual chapters, online events, local and regional events, and international conferences such as PASS Summit. For more information, visit the PASS Web site at http://www.sqlpass.org.
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