January 1, 2014 Leave a comment
SQLSaturday Edinburgh is the first SQLSaturday event in Europe to be dedicated to Business Intelligence!
The Saturday 14th June is free, and open to anyone who is interested in data and technology. We have asked for a £5 contribution to lunch but the rest of the day is free – so join us to get your learn on! SQLSaturday Edinburgh #281 BI Edition will be held at the John McIntyre Centre at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th June, 2014.
Friday 13th June is a paid training day where delegates will get extremely high quality training at a low cost of £180 inclusive of VAT. The Friday training day helps to fund our free Saturday event. Our sessions are as follows, and please click on the links for more information and to register:
- Real World SQL Server High Availability Masterclass with Mark Broadbent (Microsoft Certified Master)
- The Data Analysts Toolkit: Power BI and R with Jen Stirrup (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional)
Saturday 14th June is our official SQLSaturday free event and to register, please click here. Based on feedback from our previous successful event in 2013, the SQLSaturday Edinburgh team decided to dedicate the Saturday free Community day to Business Intelligence, Business Analytics, Data Visualisation and Big Data Analytics. We are asking for a £5 contribution for lunch but you are welcome to bring your own lunch, of course. The Saturday is a free community day that will focus on business intelligence, and the sessions are aimed at information workers, data stewards, data professionals, Business Intelligence professionals and Business Analytics professionals.
Please register soon for the event on Saturday 14th June as we are already half full and the event is a few months away. To register, please click here.
Register now because places are limited but passion for data is not! We believe that professionals will really appreciate a Business Intelligence community dedicated free Saturday event plus a reasonably-priced training on Friday 13th June. We look forward to sharing our day with people who are as passionate about data topics as we are.