Conferences - Category Archive
The following is a list of all entries from the Conferences category.
2010 is beginning to look like a great year for SQLSaturday events this year. Already, there are nine planned, and many more in the works. These free, one-day events are a great way to hone your DBA knowledge, and to develop new contacts. If you are interested in speaking at an event, its also a ...read more
If you are interested in speaking at the PASS European Conference 2010, to be held in Neuss, Germany, April 21-23, 2010, the call for speakers is open at this link, and will close 1-7-2010. If your not interested in speaking, but would like to attend the event, PASS is offering a 30% discount if you ...read more
This past week at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Convention Center in Las Vegas, November 11-12, SQLServerCentral.Com held its first SQL Server track at SQL Server Connections. The track’s three speakers presented nine different sessions to 373 attendees. The SQLServerCentral.com track was one of four educational tracks held at SQL Server Connections, which is part ...read more
SQLServerCentral.com is sponsoring a track at SQL Server Connections this Wednesday and Thursday, November 11th and 12th. If you are attending this event, be sure to check out these sessions. Here they are:
The last full day of the 2009 PASS Community Summit was the first day I have had at the conference to attend sessions all day long. My day started with two keynotes. After the obligatory vendor keynote, Dr. David DeWitt presented a keynote on future trends in data and storage technology in SQL Server, which ...read more
The second day of the full PASS Summit was packed with sessions. If fact, it was hard to select from the 56 sessions that were available. The day started with the Rushabh Mehta announcing the 2009 PASSion Awards, an annual award given by PASS to those volunteers that have given a lot of their time ...read more
Today was the first official day of the full (3-day) conference, with about 2,200 full conference attendees. Officially, PASS claims there are 2,998 registrations from 46 countries, but that number includes pre- and post-con attendees (who are also attending the full conference), plus Microsoft employees. As you might expect, the Seattle Convention Center was packed ...read more
The 2010 PASS European Conference will be held in Neuss, Germany, April 21-23, 2010. Details are currently scarce on the event, but it will include one day of pre-conference sessions, and the full conference will include over 30 technical sessions over two days. The URL for the event is www.european-pass-conference.com.