Free SQL Server Training for the Week of August 23, 2010

, 2010-08-23

Note: I got some of the dates mixed up, so I'm re-publishing this post.

Monday

SQL Lunch - Troubleshooting SSIS Package Development - Dustin Ryan

 

Tuesday

Pragmatic Works - Migrating Crystal Reports to SSRS - Devin Knight

PASS Application Development Virtual Chapter - Writing a Better Where Clause - Scott Gleason

 

Wednesday

PASS Database Administration Virtual Chapter - SQL Storage for Performance: Best Practices - Amy Styers

 

Thursday

Pragmatic Works - Advanced SSRS 2008 Tips and Tricks - Devin Knight

 

I'll be trying to catalog these as I find them, so if you know of training that I'm not covering, send me an email at kbriankelley {at} acm {dot} org. Here are the sources I'm currently checking.

 

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