Jacksonville SQL Server Users Group

Welcome to the Jacksonville SQL Server Users Group

The Jacksonville SQL Server Users Group (JSSUG) was founded by Brian Knight in January 2003, creating a community for database developers and administrators in the Jacksonville area. The goal of JSSUG is to share knowledge, best practices, and network. Today, it is a community focusing on development, administration, and business intelligence. Free meetings are open to the public every month. Meetings include presentations, technology announcements, local job opportunities, and quick brainstorming/guidance for users experiencing difficulty. An after event for additional networking, shop talk, and users desiring more detailed guidance for specific challenges is available following the meeting.


In an ongoing attempt to make the content presented useful to our members we start each meeting with a short Q&A session.  Unless noted in the meeting notes the schedule for each meeting will be:

6:00 - 6:20 - General Q&A session & Announcements 6:20 - 7:30 - Presentation(s) 7:30 - 7:45 - Door prizes and Question & Answer session 7:45-Whenever - Social time

 **NEW Location**Address:

Keiser University 
6430 Southpoint Pkwy #100
Jacksonville, FL 32216

If you have any questions, please feel free to email: Jeff Taylor at jeff@reviewmydb.com. 

Next Meeting




JSSUG Monthly Meeting - October 15, 2014

Our monthly meetings as usual the third Wednesday of every month.

Featured Presentation:

Introduction: Real World Best Practices for Queries

Andy Bozek DME Automotive

A brief review of techniques, tips and tricks to nimbly navigate your Database as understood through a information gathering and custom list perspective. By assimilating proven techniques of mentors, this lesson offers a myriad of refined concepts, structures and habits to go beyond the syntax of queries into the efficiency and effectiveness relative to your individual use. By investigating the essence of real world masters successes and providing a digestible summary of the essential techniques this lesson hopes to expand your paradigms of what, how and why you do what you do when organizing your code.

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