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Tech-ed North America - what I'm doing there?

This is first time Microsoft has divided the TECH-ED North America conference into 2 sections, Developer & IT-PRO

Why Attend Tech-ed?

IT Pros, you'll gain new solutions and new ideas for being more productive from sessions, product assessments, and interaction with experts and peers.

  • Gain real-world learning from the Microsoft IT support staff--your IT professional peers who are finding and addressing critical issues before you deploy.
  • Acquire insights from Microsoft and industry experts on the products you work with every day, and improve the security, interoperability, troubleshooting, and management of your existing IT infrastructure solutions now.
  • Get up-to-speed on the latest technologies, and prepare for the challenges of tomorrow.

Developers will come face-to-face with the cutting edge of the latest development trends and gain hands-on experience with the newest and coolest development tools and platforms.

  • Acquire the skills you need to build more streamlined, scalable applications.
  • Explore considerations and real-world guidance for programming mobile devices, distributing applications as a service, building Windows Embedded solutions, developing Windows Vista compatible applications, and integrating Web solutions.
  • Speed up your application development time by putting into use Microsoft application lifecycle management tools. Gain knowledge of the latest trends and upcoming technologies to address your toughest business challenges.

So What I'm doing there?

Presenting 1 BreakOut session:

DAT373 Self-Taught Database Administrator Techniques from Microsoft SQL Server 2000 to 2008

1 TLC Session: 

DAT58-TLC Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Online Index Operations for DML Concurrency: Guidelines and Best Practices

Panel Discussion:

Tech-ed Online Panel: Leveraging SQL Server Technologies to Build a Solid High-Availability Strategy


Published Monday, June 2, 2008 5:42 AM by ssqa.net


# SQL Server 2005 or 2008: SQL Native Client or MDAC - which is best one to use?

SQL Native client or MDAC - which is best one to use? This was the question I was asked during my presence

Monday, June 16, 2008 10:52 AM by SQL Server 2008 - RC0/CTP (SSQA.net)