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Master Immersion Events from SQLskills.com

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A new series of courses is available from SQLskills to help you better learn to manage and tune your SQL Server instances. These classes are designed to help you complete the MCM certification, but are also valuable for anyone that wants to become a better SQL Server DBA.

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2011-01-27 (first published: )

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Learn about SQL Server without leaving your desk

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SQL Server Central, with Pragmatic Works, is offering a new option in learning: high-quality training at a fraction of the usual cost with work absence slashed to zero. Our classes are done online with the same type of quality instructor you would receive from our private classes but done at your own desk. Even though you're doing the class online, the instructor can still hear you while you ask questions and optionally see your screen. Because the class is done in half-day increments, you also still have time to do your job.

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2010-02-01

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