NoVaSQL January Meeting

I'm a little late in posting the following from my friends at NoVaSQL...the meeting is tonight, so don't miss it. See you there!

The Northern Virginia SQL Server Users Group ( is announcing its first session for 2006 to benefit IT Professionals (DBAs, Developers, Admins, etc.) in the Northern Virginia, Washington DC and Maryland areas interested in SQL Server.  This session will be focused on Design Reports in Microsoft Office and Deliver Using SQL Server Reporting Services.

  • Title – Design Reports in Microsoft Office and Deliver Using SQL Server Reporting Services  

  • Speaker – SoftArtisans

  • Date and Time – Monday, January 23, 2006 @ 7:00 PM

  • Location – AT&T Government Solutions Building @ 1900 Gallows Road Vienna, VA  22182.  

  • Directions –

  • Meeting RSVP –

  • NOVA SQL Founding Sponsors

  • NOVA SQL’s Monthly Sponsor – SoftArtisans
    SoftArtisans ( offers products that address mission-critical needs in the areas of file transferring and reporting.  Utilized by 8 of the Fortune 10, SoftArtisans OfficeWriter enables the generation of reports directly from Microsoft Excel and Word using Reporting Services or ASP.NET.  Headquartered in Watertown, MA, SoftArtisans has been named repetitively as one of North America’s 500 fastest-growing technology companies.

  • Monthly Give-A-Way – Many goodies!

  • New Attendee Starbucks Gift Card – Bring someone new to a NOVA SQL meeting to qualify for a $5.00 Starbucks gift card - while supplies last.  Many thanks to our monthly sponsor for the gift cards!

  • Year End Blow Out – Attend all of the NOVA SQL meetings to qualify for many year end prizes.  Some sponsors are offering big ticket items.  Come to all of the meetings to qualify!

  • Please support our sponsors -

  • NOVA SQL News -

  • NOVA SQL Jobs -

Don’t miss Monday’s meeting with great information, answers from Microsoft, pizza’s, soda, prizes and more!  Future meetings will cover core SQL Server topics for administrators and developers such as performance tuning, disaster recovery, development, SQL Server 2005, etc.  Please come join us for information packed sessions and spread the word!

Thank you,

Jeremy Kadlec and Brian Moran

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