This coming Saturday I will be speaking at the SqlSaturday event in Dublin, Ireland .
My session will be evolving around Azure IoT Hub. a Raspberry Pi3 device running the latest Windows 10 Core operating system. So if you want to know more about the options for Internet of Things in Azure.
If you are in the neighborhood, you should definitely check out this single day, _free_(!), event – all about SQL Server. There are a number of great sessions. and as usual, you will find it hard to build your own schedule; Deciding which sessions to attend, is always a task of picking only one session out of several really good options for the same time slot. This event is no different.
Training Days (Thurs-Fri)
To fit in more content, this year the event has two days of full training days on Thursday and Friday. Spaces on some of the training are limited to under 30 and book early to avail of additional discounts.
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