SQL Server 2005 Up & Running Roadshow

Organiser
Windows IT Pro
Date
Mon, 6 Feb 2006 (Add to calendar) GMT
Venue
Hilton London Metropole , London, GB
Cost
£69
Get the facts about deploying SQL Server™ 2005 in one information-packed day. SQL Server experts will present practical, real-world information in three tracks--administration, development, and business intelligence. You'll come away from the SQL Server 2005 Up & Running Roadshow with a clear understanding of how to put SQL Server 2005 into practice and how to use its new capabilities to improve your database computing environment.

Registration fee for this event is 69 pounds sterling.

Who Should Attend?

  • Database administrators
  • Application developers/programmers
  • Database developers
  • Business intelligence/data warehousing architects
  • Database designers/modelers
  • IT directors/managers responsible for database migration projects and software upgrades

What Will You Get?

  • A full day of SQL Server 2005 technical content presented by SQL Server experts from DevelopMentor and Scalability Experts, as well as the opportunity to learn about solutions from Microsoft and from other event sponsors
  • One-year subscription* to SQL Server Magazine (if you are a current subscriber, your subscription will be extended by one year)
  • End-of-day cocktail hour
  • Breakfast, snacks, and lunch
  • Attendee bag with various special offers from partner sponsors
  • Get Ready for SQL Server 2005 Roadshow T-shirt
  • Opportunity to win special prizes

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