November 2011 - Posts

I am looking for 2 SQL Contractors to join my data team to help build our database platform.

The role is for a SQL generalist. The person will be doing TSQL, SSIS, SSRS and maybe some SSAS.

Experience of agile development processes would be great.

This is a great opportunity to work in a great team.

If you are interested them please let me know.

http://sqlblogcasts.com/blogs/simons/contact.aspx

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If you are looking for SQL Server training they there is no better place to start than a new company Technitrain Its been setup by a fellow MVP and SQLBits Organiser Chris Webb.

Why this company rather than any others?

Training based on real world experience by the best in the business.

The key to Technitrain’s model is not to cram the shelves high with courses and get some average Joe trainers to deliver them. Technitrain bring in world renowned experts in their fields to deliver courses written by the experts themselves based on their experience.

This means the course are focused on what you need to know, not just every feature in SQL Server.

If you’ve got questions then these trainers will definitely know the answer, and if they don’t they will definitely know someone that will and more often than not thats someone on the SQL Server team itself.

So if you are considering training now or in the future then make sure you keep an eye on Technitrain and the courses it is offering.

At the moment they have 4 courses available.

Christian Bolton - Advanced Internals and Troubleshooting Workshop for SQL Server

Jeremy Kashel - Introduction to Master Data Services

Andy Leonard  - From Zero to SSIS

Chris Webb - Introduction To MDX

Chris Webb - Real World Cube Design and Performance Tuning with Analysis Services

Web Edition will have all the features of web edition in 2008 R2 and the following features which are new for 2012

· Windows Server, Server Core Support

· Database Recovery Advisor

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