Dakota Midday: Techradio hears about planned SQL Saturday event

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On today's Dakota Midday: Techradio Josua Warne talked with the panel about his organization the (605)SQL user group.  They meet monthly, but next July 18th is big for them.  Sioux Falls will host SQL Saturday, a day of training for database administrators and analysts. Josh explains: 

To sign-up for free training, or get more information about SQL Saturday July 18th visit: SQLSaturday.com 

The complete podcast is online.

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