SQL Server with Mr. Denny

Oct 4 2010   11:00AM GMT

Speaking at Microsoft User Group in Irvine, CA

Denny Cherry Denny Cherry Profile: Denny Cherry

Workbridge Associates is starting a new Microsoft Users Group which will be meeting at their offices in Irvine, CA on October 19th, 2010.  I’ve been asked to be the speaker at the first meeting, and since I’ve got sucker written on my forehead I’ve accepted.

As this is a new User Group, I’m breaking out a new slide deck and presentation for the meeting.  I’ll be talking about data encryption, the ways to encrypt data at the various levels of the application, the pros and the cons of all the techniques.  This deck is actually inspired by a chapter from my upcoming book on SQL Server security which I’ll be talking about a little as well.

Workbridge Associates will be providing pizza, and there is the possibility that cold frosty beverages will be provided (don’t quote me on that, management can always get in the way of that).  There is a small parking fee for the lot, but I’m not sure if the lot will be open to the public or not for free at night, so bring a few bucks for parking just in case.  Everyone is invited, and since they are a recruiting company they will be inviting a lot of hiring managers, so it may be a great way to run across that new position you’ve been looking for.

The meeting will start at 6:30pm at 4675 Macarthur Court Suite 960 Newport Beach, CA 92660 (they say that their address is Newport Beach, but I’m pretty sure they are in Irvine, it right across from John Wayne Airport).

Hopefully I’ll see you there.

Denny

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