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SQLBits IV and a Day of Training

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SQLBits IV

We're happy to announce that SQLBits IV will be taking place on March 28th 2009 in central Manchester. SQLBits is the UK's largest SQL Server conference, organised by the SQL Server community for the SQL Server community; it features a mix of both internationally-recognised speakers and speakers from the local tech community covering all aspects of SQL Server from development to DBA to BI, and yet remains free to attend. All you have to do is register and turn up on the day!

You can register at the SQLBits site.

https://www.sqlbits.com/images/sponsors/SQLKnowHowLogo_160x30.pngThe day before, March 27th, 2009, there will be a training day with a number of seminars available from SQL Know How. There are 4 seminars to choose from. If you book early there is a discount of £50.

All the seminars are for a full day (9am til 5pm) with lunch and refreshments provided. If you need accommodation then have a look at the details on the accommodation page


Advanced TSQL and performance tuning for scalability with Simon Sabin
Understanding TSQL performance is crucial to building a successful scalable database solution.
In this session we will cover the fundamentals of performance tuning your SQL to ensure your application can scale.
We will look at resource utilization and contention, diagnosing performance issues and Improving performance with advanced TSQL techniques and indexing.
Introduction to MDX with Chris Webb
If you want to get the most out of your Analysis Services cube it’s essential to know and understand MDX: you need it to be able to write queries and calculations, and also to be able to use more advanced features such as cell security. This one-day seminar, aimed at those with little or no previous MDX experience, will teach you the basic concepts of the language as well as show you how to write common queries and calculations.  The seminar will be taught by Chris Webb.
Advanced Troubleshooting Workshop for SQL Server 2005 with Christian Bolton
The Advanced Troubleshooting Workshop for SQL Server 2005 provides attendees with SQL Server internals knowledge, practical troubleshooting skills and a proven troubleshooting methodology.   The workshop will enable attendees to tackle complex SQL Server problems with confidence.
Implementing and Maintaining Reporting Services 2008 with Chris Testa-O'Neil
This seminar will provide you with the information required to implement and maintain reporting services . You will start by exploring the different installation options for reporting services. Create compeling reports
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