You’re probably aware that March is Women’s History Month, and even the SQL Server community is celebrating. Here are a few of the events for this month:
If you haven’t already checked out SQL University, you really should. For one thing, it’s free. For another, it’s community driven. Bloggers are spending their time to provide you with a quality SQL Server education. And did I mention it’s free? This week the focus is on Women in Technology (WIT).
Another free (!) resource, 24-hours of PASS is a 24-hour blitz of webcasts on SQL Server topics from database administration to business intelligence to development. This time around all of the sessions are being presented by women.
Depending on where you are, there may be a SQL Saturday going on in your area this month. SQL Saturdays are generally free (there may be a small fee for lunch), and are great ways to learn and get involved in the SQL Server community. And most of them have a WIT panel/discussion.
Take some time this month to check out some of the fine women (including yours truly) blogging about SQL Server and all things geek. I’ve listed a few on my new blogroll to get you started.
Now get out there and celebrate that geeky woman that makes your life and work easier. Maybe bring her some bourbon. I hear she likes that.