Friday, April 08, 2011

24 Horas SQL Pass Recordings están disponibiles

Las sesiones grabadas que puede ser vistas por demanda del Evento de 24 Horas de SQL Pass están disponibles en la siguiente dirección http://bit.ly/hDiudC Dentro de las sesiones podrán encontrar el siguiente contenido:

 

March 15, 2011 (GMT)

Session 01: SQL Server Alwayson: The Next Generation High Availability Solution (Lara Rubbelke)

Session 02: Dashboards Design And Practice Using SSRS (Jen Stirrup)

Session 03: Spatial Data: Cooler Than You'd Think (Hope Foley)

Session 04: SQL Server Performance Tools (Cindy Gross)

Session 05: Cool Tricks To Pull From Your SSIS Hat (Julie Smith)

Session 06: No More Bad Dates: Best Practices for Working with Dates and Times (Kendra Little)

Session 07: SQL Server Performance (Isabel de la Barra)

Session 08: T-SQL Code Sins: The Worst Things We Do To Code And Why (Jen McCown)

Session 09: Multidimensional Thinking (Stacia Misner)

Session 10: Bad Plan! Sit! (Gail Shaw)

Session 11: Indexes And Execution Plans (Kim Tessereau)

Session 12: Many-To-Many Dimensions: ETL To Cube (Lisa Phillip)

March 16, 2011 (GMT)

Session 13: Reporting Services 201: the Next Level (Jes Borland)
Session 14:
Replication, Log Shipping and Mirroring: Oh My! (Wendy Pastrick)
Session 15:
Entity Framework: Not As Evil As You May Think (Julie Lerman)

Session 16: All About SQL Server Memory Settings For DBAs (Vyshnavi Thota)

Session 17: Tips & Tricks For Dynamic Reporting Services Reports (Pam Shaw)

Session 18: T-SQL Awesomeness: 3 Ways To Write Cool SQL (Audrey Hammonds)

Session 19: Intelligent ETL With SQL Server (Jyoti Gupta)

Session 20: Clever Queries: Crafting MDX Queries To Get The Most Out Of SSRS (Erika Bakse)

Session 21: Five Physical Database Design Blunders And How To Avoid Them (Karen Lopez)

Session 22: What You Don't Know About SSRS 2008 R2 (Kathi Kellenberger)

Session 23: Index Internals For Mere Mortals (Michelle Ufford)

Session 24: Twitterdata On Azure (End-To-End Demo) – How We Did It (Lynn Langit)

 

Saludos,

 

Eduardo Castro Martinez

http://ecastrom.blogspot.com

http://comunidadwindows.org

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