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Spring SQL Connections 2011 and SQLServerCentral.

By Press Release, (first published: 2011/01/19)

Once again SQLServerCental is sponsoring a track at the SQL Server Connections 2011 spring conference. This event is being held on March 27-30, 2011 in Orlando, FL, USA. Brad McGehee, director of DBA Education at Red Gate software has selected a number of sessions that will help you better manager, secure, and tune your SQL Server instances. This year we have the following sessions available:

SSC08: Database Maintenance Essentials by Brad McGehee
SSC05: From the Ramparts: Knowing What to Look for in SQL Server Security by K. Brian Kelley
SSC06: How to Optimize TEMPDB Performance by Brad McGehee
SSC03: Learn SQL Server Internals Using Extended Events by Jonathan Kehayias
SSC01: Locking and Blocking Made Simple by Joe Webb
SSC04: Tips and Tricks for Writing Better Queries by Joe Webb
SSC07: Wait Statistics: A Troubleshooting Methodology by Jonathan Kehayias
SSC02: Windows Operating System Internals for Database Pros by K. Brian Kelley

You can see the entire schedule here.

This conference is co-located with a number of other conferences. If you are a hybrid DBA, managing Windows, Exchange, or Sharepoint, or you are involved in application development, this is the event for you to attend. SEight conferences will be all running in the same facility, and for one price, you can attend them all.

Right now the registration is only $1,595.

There are a number of other fantasic sessions in the SQLskills track as well, featuring Kimberly Tripp, Paul Randal, Brent Ozar, Bob Beauchemin, Andy Leonard, and Denny Cherry. With all these sessions, you will always find something that is worth seeing.

Pre and Post Conference Seminars

Learn from some of the experts in the SQL Server world with pre and post conference seminars available to you. Powered by SQLskills, there is an amazing list of workshops that will give you real world skills that you can use in the office right away. Consider signing up for one of these sessions if you come and spend an extra day at SQL Server Connections.

Orlando in the Spring

It's cheap to fly and stay in Orlando, and if you want to combine this with a family vacation, there are a large variety of things to see and do. It's a good time to visit Disney, Sea World, and many other attractions in the area. It will be sunny, warm, and provide a hint of the summer that will be coming to the rest of the country.

Come enjoy a great conference in a sunny, relaxing location and meet the SQLServerCentral team.

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