East Iowa SQL Saturday – Call for Speakers!

The Call for Speakers is now open for the East Iowa SQL Saturday! This is our first time hosting a SQL Saturday, and there’s a lot of excitement and interest from our local SQL Server folks. There’s some interest from local speakers, but we’ll probably also need to pull in speakers from outside of Cedar Rapids and Iowa City to support the number of tracks and attendees we plan to have.

The event will be held on October 10th, 2009 at the University of Iowa in Iowa City. Special thanks to Russ Allen for his help with securing a location for us!

For those who are not in the immediate area but would be willing to travel, here’s some general travel times from major cities in the area:

  • Chicago – 3.5 hours
  • Omaha – 3.5 hours
  • Milwaukee – 4 hours
  • Kansas City – 4.5 hours
  • Minneapolis – 5 hours
  • St. Louis – 5 hours
  • Indianapolis – 6 hours
  • Columbus, OH – 9 hours (hint, hint, Jeremiah!)

So if you’re in the general area, please, PLEASE consider speaking at our SQL Saturday. Pretty please with sugar on top. :)

You can find out a little more information and submit sessions at our SQL Saturday website.

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