Welcome to SQLSaturday #72
Aloha Hawaii! SQLSaturday is coming to you! What is SQLSaturday? It is a training event for SQL Server professionals and Developers wanting to learn about SQL Server and other leading technologies. This event will be held April 1, 2011 at PCATT at Honolulu Community College, Bldg. 2. Admittance to this event is FREE including free parking! And plenty of chances to win some great geek swag, including some of the top technical publications on the market! Please register soon as seating is limited, and let friends and colleagues know about the event. NOTE: THIS EVENT IS BEING HELD ON A FRIDAY, NOT SATURDAY.
We are providing a lunch for a fee of $10.00 and it will NOT be pizza! This lunch is optional, and you are welcome to bring your own or get something at the many local restaurants. The lunch fee is non-refundable. If you choose to not pay for lunch during the registration process, simply close your browser when you get to the PayPal screen. If you decide to pay for lunch at a later date then request a payment link by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
During registration we ask that all attendees please opt-in to sponsor communication. Our sponsors pay for and make this event possible. Any email you receive from them will have a link to opt-out from further communications.
Our Call For Speakers is officially CLOSED.
We do not have a specific block of rooms at any of the nearby hotels. There are several to choose from and as of Feb 1st their rates are anywhere between $119 to $163. Of course the sooner you book, the bettter the rate, so if you know you'll be attending, and need a room, we recommend booking asap. (These hotels are all in walking distance to the beach: DoubleTree Alana Hotel Waikiki, Outrigger Launa Waikiki, Ala Moana Hotel, Best Western Coconut Waikiki, The Lotus at Diamond Head).
For those shipping bag swag for sponsorship, review the sponsorship plan for the mailing address.
Directions to Honolulu Community College . 874 Dillingham Boulevard
Aloha and welcome.
Your event scheduled for Friday, April 1, will start in Building 2, Room 201, 2nd floor.
No parking pass is needed for this day if you park in Lot 1, 3, or 7.
Follow these driving instructions:
- Enter the campus from Kokea Street which runs along the Kapalama Canal.
- Park in Lot 1. See campus map. You may also park in Lot 3 or 7.
- If you get cold in an air conditioned environment, bring a sweater or jacket.
Driving from Kaneohe and Kailua:
If coming from the Wilson Tunnel on the Likelike Highway: At the Kamehameha Shopping Center, Likelike Highway will become Kalihi Street. Stay on Kalihi Street. Turn left on Dillingham Boulevard. Turn left onto Kokea Street which runs along the town side of the Kapalama Canal. Turn right into the campus parking lot.
If coming from the Pali: Turn right on Beretania Street. Beretania will become North King Street. Turn left onto Kokea Street. Turn left into the campus parking lot before reaching Dillingham Boulevard.
If coming from the H-3 Tunnel: Take the Moanalua Freeway heading into town and follow the directions “From the Leeward side.”
From the Leeward side:
Take the Moanalua Freeway, exit at Vineyard Boulevard. Turn right onto Palama Street. Turn right onto North King Street at Tamashiro Market. Turn left onto Kokea Street. Turn left into the campus parking lot before reaching Dillingham Boulevard.
From East Oahu:
From the H-1 freeway heading Ewa, take the Palama Street exit. Turn left onto Palama Street. Turn right onto North King Street at Tamashiro Market. Turn left onto Kokea Street.
Turn left into the campus parking lot before reaching Dillingham Boulevard.
Ask your hotel for directions to Ala Moana Boulevard heading West (Ewa). Go past the Ala Moana Shopping Center and Ward Center shopping areas (on your right). Go past CompUSA on your right. When you reach the downtown Honolulu area, Honolulu Harbor will be on your left. Ala Moana Boulevard will become Nimitz Highway. Go past K-Mart and City Mill on your right. Turn right on Alakawa Street. Best Buy is on that corner. Go past Home Depot and Costco. Turn left on Dillingham Boulevard. Make your first right onto Kokea Street which runs along the Kapalama Canal. Take the first right into the campus parking lot.
Parking for People With Disabilities
Individuals with a disability may park in handicap stalls in any campus lot with a State of Hawai‘i handicap parking placard. An HCC parking pass is still required. Call 845-9296 if you would like to have your parking pass prior to the event.