SQL Saturday is a global event to bring Information Technology speakers and professionals together for a community-driven, community-attended free day of technical training. The Baton Rouge SQL Saturday 2014 event is produced by the Baton Rouge User Groups, and will be our sixth annual event on campus at LSU. We expect ~600 regional IT professionals and national speakers to join us.
This free conference is open to the public and is perfect for students, database administrators, .NET developers, business intelligence developer, SharePoint admins and developers, IT managers, server admins, network admins, and job-seekers.
We've got almost 70 one-hour sessions in 13 tracks and a broad range of expertise in technologies coming to our event at the LSU Business Education Complex on August 2.
Many professional organizations have an annual meeting dedicated to career development and professional networking. Networking Night is a special User Group format where we will have several short-format talks on networking and an opportunity for Baton Rouge SQL Saturday sponsors to have an official presence to do recruiting, evangelism, etc.
Who should attend? Everyone should attend Networking Night.
Looking for a job? Meet and greet, bring your resume
Hiring? Introduce yourself to folks in your needed the field
Current Student? Talk to your future colleagues and managers
Happy at your job? Share your experience and contribute to discussion
Instead of a regular user group meeting, Networking Night is open to everyone in the Baton Rouge IT community in the SQL Server, .NET, Windows Server, SharePoint, and Java fields.