Sorry everyone, I meant it will be this Thursday, May 16th!
On Tue, May 14, 2013 at 12:07 PM, Dan Denney <dddenney@...> wrote:
> May User Group Meeting this Thursday the 14th
> Our presentation will be "Spatial Data" -- This will be a shared
> presentation with Inland Empire SQL Server Users Group
> Session Abstract
> The use of spatial data is becoming a standard part of today�s business
> environment. In recognition of this changing environment, SQL Server has
> supported spatial data since the 2008 release and continues to add spatial
> functionality in the latest 2012 release. This presentation will cover the
> spatial data types, methods and indexing strategies now available in both
> SQL Server and the Windows Azure SQL Database (SQL Azure) along with
> interesting anecdotes and demos of this most interesting technology.
> Speaker Bio
> Ed Katibah is a program manager on the Microsoft SQL Server Customer
> Advisory Team (SQLCAT). Ed began his professional career over 35 years ago
> while working as an academic researcher at the University of California,
> Berkeley on remote sensing issues and early geographic information system
> concepts. Ed has extensive experience in the spatial industry with jobs
> ranging from research, software development, consulting, application
> programming and large scale spatial database production systems. Since
> 1996, Ed has worked exclusively on spatially-enabled database systems for
> Informix, IBM and now Microsoft.
> Meeting location:
> New Horizons Computer Learning Center
> 7480 Miramar Road Suite B202
> San Diego, CA 92126
> Detail directions to the building:
> East on Miramar Road from the 805.
> Turn left on Carroll Road at the Pyramid.
> Turn right into the parking lot.
> Suite B202 is upstairs in the last building on the left at the east end of
> the lot above Greene Music.
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> To learn more about the San Diego SQL Server User Group please check out
> our website:
> To learn more about the Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS)
> check out:
> http://www.sqlpass.orgYahoo! Groups Links
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