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)




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