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The Los Angeles Data Platform Local Group (f.k.a. SQL Malibu) is the informal meeting of a group of SQL Server enthusiasts in the Greater Los Angeles area (originated in Malibu, CA). This group was started in 2013 by Julie Koesmarno and intended to facilitate knowledge and expertise sharing through community and expert SQL Server practitioners, in the full range of SQL Server topics, including Business Intelligence, Data Warehouse, Machine Learning and many more. Through these meetings we encourage knowledge transfer and professional networking. The meetings are FREE of charge and held the 3rd Wednesday of every month @
Topanga MS Store Online ONLY , built based on the community for the community.
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Mitchell Bottel, Virginia Mushkatblat, Vadim Kulikov, Robert Mizikovsky, Ben Bolte
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