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Archives: October 2012

Amazon Kindle Fire Released

Amazon has released the latest version of it Kindle – the Kindle Fire HD.

It seems amazon are moving away from a dedicated reading device and trying to compete with the tablet market – I’m thinking iPads etc.

With support for Gmail Twitter Facebook and other social networking and a… Read more

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Posted in The SQL DBA in the UK on 29 October 2012

Stockholm in 2013

Come and join me live in Stockholm Sweden early in 2012 where I will be presenting Learning Tree’s 2109 SQL Server Virtualization and Consolidation course.

I have never been to Sweden, I’m looking forward to visiting and I’m looking forward to delivering this course. If you are thinking of migrating… Read more

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Posted in The SQL DBA in the UK on 22 October 2012

This December–SQL Server Consolidation and Virtualization

This December (5th - 7th) I will be presenting SQL server Consolidation and Virtualization: Hands-On for Learning Tree in New York. There are still some seats available for this event so why not come and join me for this three day course that provides you with practical experience in running… Read more

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Posted in The SQL DBA in the UK on 19 October 2012

This December – An Introduction to SQL Server 2008

This December I will be presenting  An Introduction to SQL Server 2008 Hand-On for Learning Tree at the LEC in London. There are still some seats available for this event so why not come and join me for this four day course that provides a great introduction to SQL Server… Read more

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Posted in The SQL DBA in the UK on 18 October 2012

Introduction to SQL Server at Christmas

There are still some seats left on the SQL Server 2008 A Comprehensive Hands-On Introduction that I will be presenting at the LEC this December.

The course will from the 18th to 21st December. So after class you visit the nearby great London shopping to pick up any last minute… Read more

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Posted in The SQL DBA in the UK on 15 October 2012

Introduction to SQL Server 2008

There are still some seats left on the SQL Server 2008 A Comprehensive Hands-On Introduction that I will be presenting at the LEC this December.

The course will from the 18th to 21st December. So after class you visit the nearby great London shopping to pick up any last minute…

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Posted in The SQL DBA in the UK on 12 October 2012

London Baby

Come and join me live in London this coming December where I will be presenting Learning Tree’s 2109 SQL Server Virtualization and Consolidation course.

London is a great city to visit in the run to Christmas and I’m looking forward to delivering this course. If you are thinking of migrating… Read more

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Posted in The SQL DBA in the UK on 8 October 2012

Blog Changes

I have made a few changes to the blog over the past couple weeks The changes have come about as I realised I needed to freshen things up a little bit and ensure the blog was in a state so that it was able to meet my goals and objectives. Read more

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Posted in The SQL DBA in the UK on 3 October 2012

SQL Server Virtualisation and Consolidation

SQL Server Virtualisation and Consolidation: Hands-On

Come and join me in London this December for a three day course covering the consolidation options for SQL Server and how to approach running SQL Server in a virtual environment. If your company, like many out there are adopting a virtualise first approach… Read more

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Posted in The SQL DBA in the UK on 2 October 2012

New York New York

Come and join me live in New York this coming December where I will be presenting Learning Tree’s 2109 SQL Server Virtualization and Consolidation course.

This will be my first time visiting New York, I’m very excited about visiting and I’m looking forward to delivering this course. If you are… Read more

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Posted in The SQL DBA in the UK on 1 October 2012