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Official Bloggers Ben Miller PASS Summit has gone Virtual in 2020

PASS Summit has gone Virtual in 2020

11 Jun 2020 | Posted by Ben Miller

Hey all, this is a historic moment in the SQL Community. PASS Summit will be virtual this year.  As a PASS Blogger I wanted you to know of the news. All the information is in the link and the registration if you just want to go there now, is here (Register for PASS 2020 Now).

If you have attended the Summit in previous years, you will know that networking and meeting people face to face is a great part of the Summit. This year will be challenged, but the committees for the Summit are aware of this. Don’t let that stop you, we are going to be a community in this one and ensure that we have interactions at the heart of our minds. The education will be more accessible this year so don’t miss out on an opportunity to pay less (until June 19th, because prices go up) and get access to all the great speakers and content that are going to be in this years program.

I have only missed one PASS Summit and look forward to seeing you (virtually) there. Don’t miss the great pricing, register before June 19th and we will see you there.

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Ben Miller

Ben has been a member of the SQL Server Community since 2000. He loves a challenge and has fixed many SQL Servers and helped hundreds of people get more out of their DBA jobs.  He is a Data Platform MVP a SQL Server Certified Master (MCM). He has worked at various companies throughout the USA, as well as at Microsoft for 7 years. He is passionate about SQL Server Infrastructure, High Availability, Automation and Integration using SMO and PowerShell. He teaches DBAs how to use PowerShell to do their job and teaches SQL Server Internals. He is @DBAduck all around the web (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Blog) so let's catch up.

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