I’m very happy to annouce that registration for “Probably Best SQL Server Conference in the World” was opened today!
If You want to takeing a mass of sql server knowledge, meeting with fantastic people, talking with awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals and certified Microsoft Cerified masters in SQL Server… go to Brighton!!!
This Year, no it’s no good sentence, This Spring between 7th and 9th April we will waiting for You. The registration is HERE.
Of course You could be not sure, why I should going look for pre-conference seminars and workshops:
Practical SQL Server High Availability with Allan Hirt
Solving Business Problems Using Events and StreamInsight with Allan Mitchell
Data Visualisation Deep-Dive using SSRS 2008 R2 with Jenifer Stirrup
SQL Server Performance Monitoring and Troubleshooting with Klaus Aschenbrenner
SQLBI Methodology with Marco Russo
TSQL Fundamentals with Martin Bell
Query Optimisation and Performance Tuning with Simon Sabin
Optimising Microsoft Business Intelligence with Thomas Kejser
And look for the names of speakers on Friday and Satursday:
Matt Whitfield, Gavin Payne, Peter Larsson, John Stevens-Taylor, Mark Broadbent, Sascha Lorenz, Dave Ballantyne, Duncan Sutcliffe, Duncan Sutcliffe, Jon Reade, James Boother, Satya Jayanty, Allan Mitchell, Klaus Aschenbrenner, Christian Bolton, Marco Russo, Alberto Ferrari, Brad McGehee, Jeremiah Peschka, Anthony Brown, Allan Hirt, Mark Broadbent, Phil Winstanley, Jennifer Stirrup, Vincent Rainardi, Robert (Bob) Edgson, Vincent Rainardi, Victoria Holt, Milos Radivojevic, Aaron Bertrand, Allen White, Jamie Thomson, Simon Sabin, Chris Webb, Neil Hambly, Marco Russo, Rob Ashton, Andrew Baker, Bob Duffy, Martijn Evers, Ewan Fairweather, Andre Kamman
Simon Munro, Michael DeFehr , Kevin Kline
The answer for question: To Be or Not To Be (at Brighton) is simple… I hope.