Few days ago registration for SQLbits – The 7 Wonders of SQL was open. What is SQLbits? In my opinion is the largest SQL Server Conference in Europe (maybe except PASS Europe). This year will be localized at York University (UK) from 30th September to 2nd October.
Three days: training day, deep-dive conference day and traditional SQLbits community day. The price are not very high (from £350 to 550 , early bird/standard/last minute) for all first two days. Third day is free.
Training matter: virtualization, development plans, reporting services, tuning of analysis services, SQLOS, advanced T-SQL.
Conference deep-dive in to:
* Business Intelligence:
– Optimising SSIS
– Advanced visualisation with reporting services
– Master Data Services
– Stream Insight Deep Dive
– Analysis Services tuning
– Replication best practices
– Optimising Tempdb
– SQL Server Internals
– Scalability of OLTP systems
– Handling spatial data
– TSQL Development best practices
– Managing SQL Server Statistics
– New data types and programming improvements
And Community day with most important MVP and SQL-peoples: Buck Woody (SQL Server Technical Specialist at Microsoft), Thomas Kejser (Microsoft SQLCAT team), Brent Ozar, Brad McGehee, Chris Testa-O’Neill, Simon Sabin, Chris Webb, Allan Mitchell, Martin Bell, Maciej Pilecki, Chris Webb, Klaus Aschenbrenner, Rob Farley and more.
Conference Site | here
Facebook Group | here