July 2008 - Posts

Now session voting has closed you no longer have to vote on 10 sessions in order to register.

So if you haven't yet registered get registrering http://www.sqlbits.com/information/Registration.aspx

Thank you for voting on the sessions for the next SQLBits.

We are now sifting through the votes in order to finalise the agenda

Keep posted for the agenda.

We will be closing voting on the sessions for the next SQLBits very soon. If you haven't yet voted then go to http://www.sqlbits.com/information/PublicSessions.aspx to vote.

Once voting has closed we will be finalising the agenda.

Even when voting closes you will still be able to register by going to http://www.sqlbits.com/information/registration.aspx


For SQLBits III (www.sqlbits.com ) we have decided to run a training day on the Friday before the free conference.

We have 4 seminars covering a range of SQL related topics.

You can find the details of the seminars on the Training Day page of the SQLBits site or by clicking on the links below.



Early Bird

Full Price

Using .Net inside SQL Server

click to register



Advanced SQL Server Troubleshooting

click to register



Making the most of data through business intelligence

click to register



Introduction to using SQL Server for the Jack of All Trades

click to register




Registration is now open for SQLBits III and its FREE again.

We have a staggering 63 sessions submitted for this conference far more than the previous two. Because of this and to ensure you get to see the sessions you want to see we have setup the registration process as follows

  1. Vote on your top 10 sessions
  2. Register for the conference

So to register for SQLBits III get voting on your top 10 sessions

Training Day

We have also introduced this time a training day on the Friday before. We have 4 full day seminars available for more details go to the training day page on the site

Logo Competition

And finally but not least, you may have noticed the plain logo at the top of this email. We have decided to get a new logo and asked the community to get drawing. The logos have now been submitted and can be voted on. The logo with the most 5 star votes will win an xBox 360.

So get voting on your favourite logo

Thats all for now and I hope to see you soon in Hatfield.


Session submission for SQLBits III on 13th September closes today. You can still submit a session by going here http://www.sqlbits.com/information/SessionSubmission.aspx

Its also the last day for you budding Monets to get your logo submissions in. Please send these to logos@sqlbits.com if you want details of the competition you can find them here http://www.sqlbits.com/LogoCompetition.aspx. Don't forget you can win an XBox 360 if your logo wins the competition.

If you're interested in presenting a sesion at SQLBits III (www.sqlbits.com) then get your session in soon as we are planning on closing submissions this weekend.

To submit a session go to http://sqlbits.com/information/SessionSubmission.aspx

Also the logo competition closes today so make sure you get your entry in quickly. http://sqlbits.com/LogoCompetition.aspx


You may have seen my other post on session submissions for the next SQLBits. Well if you're not up for speaking how about a bit of drawing.

James Rowland Jones has kindly donated an XBox 360 for our SQLBits logo competition.

All you have to do is come up with a new logo for SQLBits.

Details of the competition and the currently submitted logos can be found here http://www.sqlbits.com/LogoCompetition.aspx