Conferences - Category Archive
The following is a list of all entries from the Conferences category.
David Walker, the organizer of the popular Tulsa TechFest, is organizing the first annual NWA TechFest, to be held Thursday, July 18, in Rogers, AR. The event will cover numerous Microsoft technologies, including SQL Server. The call for speakers is now open, and registration will begin soon (mark the event on your calendar now so ...read more
Registration for the 24 Hours of PASS is now open. This free, online training event will be held starting 12:00 GMT on May 19, and include 24 live presentations on a wide variety of topics, with a special emphasis on SQL Server 2008 R2. Speakers include Adam Machanic, Andy Leonard, Brad McGehee, Brent Ozar, Brian ...read more
devLink 2010 will be held in Nashville, TN August 5-7 on Lipscomb University. This three day, 140+ session event costs only $100, and is a great investment in your career. Registration for the event begins April 1, 2010, and you will want to register as soon as possible, as attendance is limited. If you plan ...read more
While it is probably out of reach for most DBAs in the United States to attend, the PASS European Conference is a great opportunity for those DBAs in Europe, who are unable to attend the PASS Community Summit in United States, to improve their skills and make new contacts within the DBA community.
In January, I blogged about the upcoming SQL Saturdays for 2010, and since then, many more events have been scheduled, so I thought I would do a quick update. I wish I could attend more of the events, but so far, I am scheduled to speak at: SQLSaturday #31 – Chicago 2010 While I have ...read more
The upcoming SQLBits 6, to be held Friday, April 16, 2010, will be held at the Church House Conference Centre in Westminster, London, England. This full day, free event will be themed around SQL Server performance and scalability. Currently, the call for speakers is open, and if you would like to submit session abstracts for ...read more
SQLServerCentral.com, PragmaticWorks, and Wrox Press are sponsoring a series of free SQL Server webinars in February. Called the SQL Server 101 Series, the sessions include: Introduction to Managing a SQL Server Database with Jorge Segarra Beginning T-SQL with Patrick LeBlanc The Modern Resume with Steve Jones How to Become an Exceptional DBA with Brad McGehee ...read more
The devLINK 2010 Technical Conference’s call for speakers is now open, and you can find information about speaking at the event here. If you aren’t interested in speaking at devLINK 2010, you can always attend. It will be held August 5-7 in Nashville, TN.