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PASS Summit 2009: Pre/Post-Conference Sessions

Choose from 13 top-notch PASS Summit 2009 Pre/Post-Conference Seminars delivered by some of the leading SQL Server and Business Intelligence experts in our community, as well as a special 2-hour workshop on business networking skills. The all-day Pre/Post-Conference Seminars will take place on Monday, Nov. 2, and Friday, Nov. 6, 2009.

Pre/Post-Conference Previews: Some of the PASS Summit 2009 Pre/Post-Conference speakers recently presented sessions at the hugely successful 24 Hours of PASS virtual event. Watch their 1-hour session recordings to get a sneak peek at their full-day Summit seminars. 

Sign up for your favorite Pre/Post-Conference seminars now!

If you choose to transfer your registration from one seminar to another at a later date, you may do so without penalty until Nov. 1.

 

Monday, November 2, 2009

SQLCLR from Beginner to Expert (App Dev Track)
Adam Machanic (SQLblog.com)
Speaker Q&A: Who's Afraid of SQLCLR?
24 Hours of PASS Session Recording

Tackling Top Reporting Services Issues (BI Platform Architecture, Development and Administration Track)
Adam Saxton (Microsoft CSS)
Speaker Q&A: Inside CSS: Tricks for Troubleshooting SSRS

Building a Microsoft Data Warehousing Platform (BI Platform Architecture, Development and Administration Track)
Brian Knight (Pragmatic Works)
Speaker Q&A: Delivering Value with Agile Data Warehouse Development 
24 Hours of PASS Session Recording

Delivering Business Intelligence to the Masses (BI Information Delivery Track)
Peter Myers (Solid Quality Mentors)
Speaker Q&A: BI Within Reach
24 Hours of PASS Session Recording

Care and Feeding of the Transaction Log (DBA Track)
Kalen Delaney (SQLearning)
Speaker Q&A: The Biggest Transaction Log Myth
24 Hours of PASS Session Recording

SQL Server 2005/2008: Indexing for Performance (DBA Track)
Kimberly Tripp (SQLskills.com)
Paul Randal (SQLskills.com)

Installation, Rolling Upgrade and Patch of SQL Server 2008/R2 Failover Clusters on Windows Server 2008 R2 (DBA Track)
Max Verun (Microsoft Corp.)
Farzan Ratistari (Microsoft Corp.)
Uttam Parui (Microsoft Corp.)

Networking to Build Business Contacts
4:30-6:30pm SPECIAL 2-Hour Workshop on Networking with best-selling author and coach, Don Gabor
Speaker Q&A: Trouble Breaking the Ice? You're Not Alone

 

Friday, November 6, 2009

Query and Index Tuning for SQL Server 2005 and 2008 (App Dev Track)
Itzik Ben-Gan (Solid Quality Mentors)
Speaker Q&A: Beware the NOLOCK Hint and Other Tips

Advanced Relational Database Design (App Dev Track)
Paul Nielsen (www.SQLServerBible.com)
Louis Davidson (CBN)
Speaker Q&A: Stand Up for Excellent Database Design

Managing Unstructured and Semistructured Data with SQL Server (App Dev Track)
Srini Acharya (Microsoft Corp.)
Fernando Azpeitia (Microsoft Corp.)
Pedro DeRose (Microsoft Corp.)

Jump-Start to Data Warehouse Data Modeling and Architecture (BI Platform Architecture, Development and Administration Track)
Erik Veerman (Solid Quality Mentors)
Speaker Q&A: Data Warehousing Friends & Enemies
24 Hours of PASS Session Recording

Practical Performance Monitoring and Troubleshooting (DBA Track)
Andrew Kelly (Solid Quality Mentors)
Speaker Q&A: Wait Stats Can't Wait
24 Hours of PASS Session Recording

Disaster Recovery: Tips, Tricks, and Techniques (DBA Track)
Paul Randal (SQLskills.com)
Kimberly Tripp (SQLskills.com) 

 

 

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PASS Summit 2009 Tracks

Enterprise Database Administration and Deployment

Database & Application Development

BI Platform Architecture, Development and Administration (New)

BI Information Delivery (New)

Professional Development

 
 

 


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