Archive for Category: Events

  • Dynamic Quest Again Supports NCLGISA at Fall Event

    This May, Dynamic Quest made its presence known at NCLGISA’s spring conference —that’s the North Carolina Local Government Information Systems Association— as one of 75 vendors supporting the conference and its goals of networking and education. If you were in attendance, you saw DQ’s Darren Barnes across from the well-lit and Dell-equipped police cruiser on display. […]

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  • Triad Linux Users Group – July Meeting

    Date: Tuesday, July 21st, 2015 Time: 6pm Location: Dynamic Quest HQ, 4821 Koger Blvd, Greensboro, North Carolina Learn More & Register Guilford County Linux Users Group is a LUG for the residents of Guilford County and surrounding areas. Among PC users, there is a growing interest in Linux, both in the area, across the nation, and around the […]

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  • Triad SQL Servers Users Group (TSSUG) – July Meeting

    Date: Tuesday, July 28th, 2015 Time: 6pm – 8pm (Eastern Daylight Time) Location: Dynamic Quest HQ, 4821 Koger Blvd, Greensboro, North Carolina Register Now! Scott Fallen Presents Getting Started With Execution Plans Speaker: Scott Fallen, Sales Engineer SQL Sentry, LLC Summary: Are you just breaking into the query tuning side of managing your SQL Servers? In this session, […]

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  • [Dell Webinar] What Works (And What Doesn’t) When It Comes To Data Protection?

    Learn how to proactively protect your data and hear real-world success stories from the IT pros who lived through them. Webinar: End The Data Protection Firefighting: An IT Panel Discusses Proactive Strategies Date: Thursday, May 14, 2015 Time: 1 p.m. Eastern Time Register Now! Data security is one of the biggest topics in business IT today. […]

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  • See you at the NCLGISA Spring Symposium!

    We’d never pass up an opportunity to talk about what makes up great IT strategy. So get ready: Dynamic Quest will be at the NC Local Government Information Systems Association (NCLGISA) Symposium! Cool! What is the NCLGISA Symposium? Only the coolest biannual government symposium in North Carolina. Here, IT professionals will meet, speak, and share […]

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  • Triad SQL Servers Users Group (TSSUG) – May Meeting

    Don’t miss the May meeting of the Triad SQL Server Users Group. Kevin Goode, Manager of Inmar, will be the speaker. To learn more about this event, click here. About Triad SQL Servers Users Group TSSUG is a forum for Microsoft SQL Server database administrators and developers. Our goal is to provide a forum to meet […]

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  • Guilford County Linux Users Group (GCLUG) – April Meeting

    Don’t miss the April meeting of the Guilford County Linux Users Group. To learn more and register for this event, click here. About Guilford County Linux Users Group Guilford County Linux Users Group is a LUG for residents of Guilford County and surrounding areas. We encourage everybody with an interest in Linux to join—your skill level doesn’t […]

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  • Triad SQL Servers Users Group (TSSUG) – March Meeting

    If you’re interested in learning about SQL Server wait statistics, come to the March meeting of the Triad SQL Servers Users Group. Paul Randal will present the importance of understanding what waits are, how to analyze them, and potential solutions to common problem patterns. To learn more about this event, click here. About Triad SQL Servers Users Group […]

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  • Guilford County Linux Users Group (GCLUG) – March Meeting

    Don’t miss the March meeting of the Guilford County Linux Users Group. To learn more and register for this event, click here. About Guilford County Linux Users Group Guilford County Linux Users Group is a LUG for residents of Guilford County and surrounding areas. We encourage everybody with an interest in Linux to join—your skill level doesn’t […]

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  • Triad SQL Servers Users Group (TSSUG) – January Meeting

    Erin Stellato of SQLskills.com will look at Profiler and Extended Events to see how easy it is to transition to Extended Events. Using real world examples, she’ll review using Extended Events to do what you’re used to doing with Trace, and even more. To learn more about this event, click here. About Triad SQL Servers Users […]

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