SQL SERVER KONFERENZ 2020

by Mar 6, 2020

SQL SERVER KONFERENZ 2020

Date: 4-5 March

Location: KongressCenter Darmstadt

 

Speaking Dinner

The speaker dinner on Tuesday evening was held in Restaurant Sitte. And yes what do you eat when you are in Germany a delicious Schnitzel with baked potatoes. It was a nice evening that we closed in the bar of the Hotel.

Event

The event started on Wednesday with a Keynote in which many speakers participated. After the Keynote it was time for the sessions. The agenda was very well filled with 30 sessions on Wednesday and 36 sessions on Thursday, 6 tracks at the same time and a high diversity of different topics (mix of English and German sessions). Both days lunch was taken care of to perfection. The evening ended on Wednesday with a Monster Party.

Thank you

Thanks again to the organisation and the crew, and of course all sponsors because without sponsors it is almost impossible to organise such a big event. As usual, it was another top event and I am already looking forward to next year.

The presentations of SQL SERVER KONFERENZ 2020 and sample code can be found here.

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