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Free SQL Server Community December 2011 Training

Posted by denglishbi on November 30, 2011

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Head over to Pragmatic Works site and take a look at all of the training that is available in December – free training on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. EST. Free Training on the T's

There will be no sessions the last week of December for the holidays, so enjoy your time with your family and friends!

  • December 1, Adam Jorgensen – Performance Tuning SSAS
  • December 6, Mike Davis – New SSIS Features in Denali
  • December 8, Mike Davis – Monitoring SQL Server with SSIS
  • December 13, Adam Jorgensen – Building Tier 1 SSAS Solutions 
  • December 15, Adam Jorgensen– Operational Best Practices in SSAS 
  • December 20, Mark Brown – Beginning Development for Business Part 3: Playing in closets 
  • December 22, Brian Knight – Dynamically Configuring Packages

If you miss a session they record them and you can check them out later on-demand in the webinar resource area. happy holidays

They already have the line up going for next year as well, so if you want to plan ahead you are all set. Just remember the disclaimer that the speakers are subject to change, so always check back to see what is going on.

So what are you waiting for, get registered for one of these spectacular webinars today – Webinar Registration.

Don’t forget, you can stay up-to-date on the training events through the PWFreeTraining twitter account as well.

Enjoy!

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