October 04, 2013

SQL In The City - Free SQL Server Training in the US

SQL in the City is a free training event offering database professionals the chance to keep up to date with core SQL Server topics, while discovering insights from SQL Server MVPs on how to make the most of Red Gate tools. Attendees will soak up knowledge from the pros while sharing experiences and networking with attendees and Red Gaters.
  • + 6 hours of informative sessions presented by experts and MVPs
  • Learn practical tips that data professionals can apply at work
  • Meet the developers behind the Red Gate tools and network with likeminded professionals
  • Influence future development of Red Gate tools
Here are some of the sessions planned. You can Register for these events for FREE

Pasadena 2013 - this is on 9th October

Key speakers to highlight: 
  • Grant Fritchey session at #sqlinthecity LA; Query Performance Tuning in the Cloud
  • Ernest Hwang, Senior Developer at Practice Fusion, session at #sqlinthecity LA; Database Build and Release.
  • Ike Ellis’ session at #sqlinthecity LA; SQL Server Tips and Tricks!
  • Steve Jones session at #sqlinthecity LA; The Encryption Primer!
Atlanta 2013 - this is happening on 11th October

Key speakers to highlight
  • Stuart Ainsworth, SQL Server DBA working in the realm of financial information security; is at #sqlinthecity talk on Simplifying SQL Development
  • Steve Jones session at #sqlinthecity Atlanta; Common Problems in Backup and Recovery and How to Handle Them.
  • Grant Fritchey and David Simner’s session at #sqlinthecity Atlanta; Best Practices for Database Deployment
  • Tim Radney, SQL Server DBA session at #sqlinthecity Atlanta; Life as a DBA – getting core tasks done.
Charlotte 2013

Key speakers to highlight
  • Louis Davidson session at #sqlinthecity Charlotte; Database Design Fundamentals.
  • Kevin Boles, SQL Server Consultant session at #sqlinthecity Charlotte; Windowing Functions: Reason to upgrade to 2012
  • Kevin Hazzard, session at #sqlinthecity Charlotte: Schema Change Management.
  • Steve Jones, session at #sqlinthecity Charlotte; Team-based Database Development with Version Contorl.

About The Author

Suprotim Agarwal, ASP.NET Architecture MVP works as an Architect Consultant and provides consultancy on how to design and develop Web applications.

Suprotim is also the founder and primary contributor to DevCurry, DotNetCurry and SQLServerCurry. He has also written an EBook 51 Recipes using jQuery with ASP.NET Controls.

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