For Attendees

For Attendees

Do you have any other questions? E-mail the PASS SQLSaturday HQ Team.

Registration

To register for a SQLSaturday, you must first become a PASS member. A PASS account makes it convenient to manage your SQLSaturday user profile, update preferences, and keep track of your SQLSatuday registrations from the mySQLSaturday page.

Lunch

When registering for a SQLSaturday, you can choose to bring your own lunch (or eat lunch outside the venue), or pay for lunch via PayPal. If you choose to pay for lunch, you will be redirected to PayPal after registering. If you're unable to complete your payment during registration, you can pay later from your mySQLSaturday page.

Building Your Schedule

To build your schedule, go to the SQLSaturday's event website and click on Sessions -> Build Schedule. This will help you plan your day, and will also help the organizers understand which sessions are more popular. From the Build Schedule page you can view your schedule, export it to PDF or Excel, or have it e-mailed to you. You can also download iCal links.

SpeedPASS

The admission packet for a SQLSaturday is called SpeedPASS. The SpeedPASS includes your name badge, admission ticket, a lunch ticket (if you paid for lunch), and a unique raffle ticket for each of the event's sponsors.

Please print, cut and bring your SpeedPASS to each SQLSaturday you attend.

Session and Event Evaluations

Please evaluate each session you attend. Your feedback is extremely valuable to speakers so they can improve and deliver an even better presentation next time.

Depending on the SQLSaturday, you can use online evaluation forms or printed evaluation forms.

Where can I download session material?

You can download session material like slide decks and demos from each SQLSaturday's schedule page. Go to the SQLSaturday event page, hover over Sessions, and click on Schedule. Under each session, there will be a Download button.

What is a wait list and why am I on it?

Due to venue capacity, room sizes, fire regulations and so on, SQLSaturdays often have to set a limit on the number of registrations for their event. Once they reach this limit, new registrants will be added to the wait list for the event. If someone cancels their registration, the first person on the wait list will be moved off the wait list and their status will be changed to attending.

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