Asheville SQL Server User Group

Welcome to the homepage of the Asheville SQL PASS chapter, the SQL Server User Group for Western North Carolina. The purpose of this local user group is to gather users together so that we can connect, share, learn, and be inspired by educating each other on all SQL technologies.

Please join us for our next meeting! All skill levels are welcome. The group meets bi-monthly on even-numbered months, the third Tuesday of the month.

Our Next Meeting will be held on February 18th (see event details below). February has a location change-> We are being hosted Gerimed. 

Asheville PASS (Professional Association for SQL Server ) chapter meetings are FREE and open to all SQL and Business Intelligence professionals (and all others SQL curious).


  • 6:00 to 6:15: Meet and greet
  • 6:15 to 7:30: Presentation
  • 7:30 to 8:00: Q&A 

If you would like to attend our meetings? Members are encouraged to be members of SQL PASS.  You can join PASS for free here.

Next Meeting




December Bi-Monthly Meeting

The Professional Association for SQL Server is committed to empowering the SQL Server community to connect, share, learn, and be inspired through networking and educating each other. This local group the place in WNC where database professionals can collaborate and educate each other on SQL technologies.

Featured Presentation:

What we learned at SQLPass Summit - CHANGE of DATE and TOPIC!!

Juliana Austin, Senior Business Intelligence Developer Consumer Services

Four of our users went to SQL Pass Summit where a lot of information was disseminated. I asked to squeeze this collaborative group led 'forum' into the Dec 3rd meeting (while it is still fresh on our brains). Each Summit attendee will have 15-20 minutes to present an overview of their favorite sessions and major takeaways. This can also serve to give us a better idea of where we should focus our future presentation topics. We are excited to discuss these sessions with you. Thanks for coming!

About Juliana:
Juliana Austin has worked in the IT industry as a developer, analyst, or DBA for almost 20 years. She gets most excited to come to work when performance tuning is on the agenda, but a regular day developing in SSMS, SSRS, or SSIS is pretty darn good. Outside of sql enjoyment, she enjoys traveling and practicing on her upright bass with her hillbilly friends.

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