You don’t want to miss this out,Serious SQLServer training – 24 Hours of PASS event !


Back to back quality SQLServer sessions! Yes, you heard it right and that’s what 24 Hours of PASS is all about.

The event kicks off at 12:00 GMT on Sep 20 and runs for 24 consecutive hours.

The sessions are selected carefully, and are categorized into 6 tracks -

Enterprise Database Administration (DBA)

Application Development (AppDev)

BI Information Delivery (BID)

BI Platform Architecture, Development & Administration (BIA)

Cloud Application Development & Deployment (CLD)

Professional Development (PD)

Complete details of sessions are available at http://www.sqlpass.org/24hours/fall2012/SessionsbyTrack.aspx

I’m looking forward to attend some great sessions next week, and my favorite picks are -

Characteristics of a Great Relational Database by Louis Davidson

Digging Into the Plan Cache  by Jason Strate

Three Ways to Identify Slow Running Queries by Grant Fritchey

Fasten Your Seatbelt – Troubleshooting the Most Difficult SQL Server Problems  by Klaus Aschenbrenner

SQL Server Private Cloud != Azure by Allen Hirt and Ben DeBow

What’s All the Buzz about Hadoop and Hive? by Cindy Gross

DBCC, Statistics, and You by Erin Stellato

Best Practices for Upgrading to SQL Server 2012 by Robert Davis

PowerShell 101 for the SQL Server DBA by Allen White

Using SQL Server 2012 Always On by Denny Cherry

Leadership – Winning Influence in IT Teams by Kevin Kline

I’m really excited ! Are you ? Register here

Thanks for reading.

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