May 2021 Update

How is May already?
I can’t believe it’s almost May already!  Pretty soon the kids will be getting out of school, vacations will be planned, oh wait… is covid over?  Seems like things are starting to turn towards a normal life and it’s getting better by the day.  Because of the busy season with families, we will likely meetup again over the summer for at least one more presentation.

Meetings This Month
Don’t forget to register and learn about being a volunteer or just join the discussion:
In June we look forward to something new and on the other side of town, a happy hour in Winter Garden.  Sign up so we can establish the best place to meet up:
There are also several other groups hosting events.  Check them out here:

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SQLOrlando Monthly Update – November 2020

November Update

Hope you’re all safe and making the best of it. If we can help in some way, please reach out.


Our November Virtual Lunch is this Friday (Nov 6) at noon and we’re excited to have Steve Jones from as our lunch guest. Fix your lunch, join the call, and spend an hour with us as we chat with Steve about SQLServerCentral, working for Redgate, being a SQL Server MVP, and more!

We’ll be having an evening meetup this month as well, details still TBA via Meetup when it’s confirmed.

In December we’ll have a virtual lunch, an evening meetup, and maybe an in-person late lunch/holiday event on December 12th at 1:30 pm in Lake Mary. We’ll open that up for registration around December 1st, please keep in mind that we’re going to have to limit attendance to keep everyone safe so only register if you’re sure you’re going.

PASS Summit 2020

Just a reminder that the PASS Summit is virtual this year and is being held the week of November 9th. There is still time to register, its about $700 for the three day event and you get access to all the recordings for a year.

PASS Voting

The annual election for the Board of Directors will open soon, you can check your voting status and vote at If you’re not a PASS member I encourage you to join, it’s free, and is a great way to participate in the SQL community outside of Florida.