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I have just completed my reservations for the SUGA Educational Conference in Las Vegas May 16th – 20th. I will be presenting 4 sessions, Creating a reporting solution Introduction to SSRS What’s new in SQL Server 11 Implementing Auditing in SQL Server. I am very excited about the conference and ...
Yesterday was April 12, 2011, and as far as I know mainstream support for SQL Server 2005 ended. See Aaron Bertrand’s A Quick Note About SQL Server 2005 Mainstream Support. And if you care, this also means that the Microsoft Certifications that are tied to that product also expire ...
Not too long ago, Andy Leonard (blog|twitter) dreamed up the idea to create the SQLPeople community. The community is forming around the stories and ideas of its members. The SQLPeople website shares stories. I spoke at the first SQLPeople event! And now SQLPeople events are starting: the first was ...
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