[UK – 30/06/2008 at 1800] Event – SQL Server User Group – Michael Rys on XML and Pizza

Michael Rys on XML and all things non-relational

Monday 30th June, 6-9pm

Conchango Offices
36 Southwark Bridge Road


Michael Rys on XML and all things non-relational

We are very fortunate that Michael Rys has decided to come and speak at a UG event whilst he is in the UK for a W3C working group.

If you use XML in SQL Server then this is the one User group meeting you have to come to.

Michael is Program Manager in the SQL Server Engine Team at Microsoft and is responsible for the XML features in SQL Server.

He is the man that knows XML and XQuery inside and out. On the few occasions I’ve met him I’ve always felt humbled by the intellect of this man.

You can find his blog here http://blogs.msdn.com/mrys/ and his old CV can be found here http://infolab.stanford.edu/~rys/cv/ (nice picture)

Registration is at 6.00, evening will commence at 6:30pm and finish 9pm.

6:30pm – 6.45pm – Introduction, news and gossip.
Whats going on in the world,

6:45 – 9pm Michael Rys on non-relational data in SQL Server
I’m sure Michael has some great demos on non relational features and will answer any questions you have around XML, filestream, Full Text etc.

Pizza will be served at some point in the evening

How to get there
Nearest tubes are, Mansion House, London Bridge, Southwark and Borough
Nearest stations are Blackfriars, London Bridge and Waterloo