PASS News to Be Aware Of

, 2009-08-07

2009 PASS Summit Trip Contest:

If you want an opportunity to win an all expenses paid trip to the PASS Summit, check here for more information. There are two ways to win.

24 Hours of PASS:

24 straight hours of live webcasts from SQL Server experts. And it's all free! No training budget? No problem! You can register here.

SQL Server Standard is Returning:

The details of SQL Server Standard's return has been posted by the new editor, Grant Fritchey. Do you have some writing credits under your belt and would like an opportunity to write? Check here for the details.

Keynotes for the 2009 PASS Summit Announced:

If you haven't heard who the keynotes are for this year's Summit, check here at the recent announcement. Based on the information provided, it looks like they'll be speaking to the future of SQL Server and Microsoft's BI platform.

 

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