Wellington SQL Server User Group

The Wellington SQL Server User Group is a community user group that strives to promote networking and professional interaction to help the SQL Professional get the most out of Microsoft SQL Server, and to strengthen the profile of SQL Server in the Wellington IT Industry. There is a large community of both developers and IT Professionals using SQL Server that stands to benefit from more regular and accessible activities in Wellington.

The group usually meets at 4pm on the second or third Wednesday of the month but this may change from time to time, so please check details for confirmation.

Membership, meetings and presentations and food/drink are free unless advised otherwise. To join, click on the "Register" link under login on this page, and enter your details. Any enquiries can be sent to wellingtonssug@gmail.com.

If you think any of our sessions might be of interest to a friend or colleague, feel free to bring them along with you - they don't have to be a member of the group to attend. Just make sure you let us know so we can cater for them too.

Next Meeting




May '18 SSMS Greg Low

  • In-Person @ Level 10, South Tower Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand (map)
  • 16:00 - 19:00 (UTC+12:00) Auckland, Wellington
  • Language: English

SSMS Tips and Tricks

Featured Presentation:

SSMS Tips and Tricks

Greg Low, CEO and Principal Mentor SQL Down Under

SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) is an awesome tool that just gets better all the time. What's surprising though, is how many users aren't aware of what it can do. Greg is the author of a new eBook covering a large number of tips and tricks for working with SQL Server Management Studio and in this session, he'll show us his favourites.

About Greg:
Greg is well known in the SQL Server community as a mentor, trainer, author, and community leader. He is a certified master for SQL Server, was an instructor in that program, and holds a PhD in Computer Science. Microsoft regularly call on Greg to develop SQL Server content, including launch materials, and to train their own staff. He is best known for his SQL Down Under podcast, and is a past PASS regional mentor and board member. Greg is based in Melbourne Australia. Greg has been awarded as an MVP since 2001.

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