SQLBits 8 dates and venue announced

Published 22 December 10 10:36 PM | MartinBell

We are pleased to announce that SQLBits will be beside the seaside from the 7th to 9th April 2011 at the Grand Hotel in Brighton.

The format will be 3 days of top SQL Server content given by SQL Server Experts from around the world.

  • Day 1 - 7th April - Full day deep dive seminars by SQL Server experts on specific aspects of SQL Server. There will be seminars for everyone covering Business Intelligence, Development and Administration

  • Day 2 - 8th April - 20-25 sessions throughout the day spread over 5 rooms covering all aspects of SQL Server

  • Day 3 - 9th April - 20-25 sessions delivered by the UK SQL Server community and this day is FREE

As with all SQLBits events this will be another great opportunity to meet other SQL Server professionals and to learn about SQL Server. There will also be leading providers of SQL Server tools and services for you to review and discuss all in one place. As with previous years there will be food and drink after the sessions have finished where you can discuss the latest T-SQL feature in a relaxed atmosphere.

The Brighton Grand

The venue for SQLBits VIII will be The Grand Hotel. Due to the size of SQLBits we will be taking over the whole hotel, so if you are coming; The Grand will be the place to stay. Sitting on the Brighton seafront the location is amazing. If you want to be right amongst to the action, we strongly advise booking early to make sure you get a room in the hotel. For more details about the travel and accommodation visit the Travel and Accomodation page.

For more information about the session and conference visit the website www.sqlbits.com, remember if you register with the site you can keep up-to-date with the conference by subscribing to our mailing list.

If you are interested in sponsoring SQLBits please contact us. We have numerous sponsorship opportunities available and some new options for this year.

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