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Your application wants to go fast, so I guess that means our tickets go fast.

For our upcoming Chicago training classes in May, the 3-day SQL Server Performance Troubleshooting class is just about sold out. (There’s still about 15 seats left for our How to Be a Senior DBA training class, though.)

If you missed out this round, we’re doing the same classes in Philadelphia this September. Read more about the classes here, or read about how our San Diego attendees liked it earlier this year.

Don’t hold out for additional cities or dates – this is our entire 2014 training calendar. We’re working on our 2015 lineup as we speak, though – let us know what you’re looking for, and you might just influence our training class decisions.

Brent Teaching with Hardware

Brent Teaching with Hardware

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  1. Good Morning Brent,

    In 2015 how about bringing your 3-day SQL Server Performance Troubleshooting class to the UK?

    • David – well, the tough part is that we’d have to fly three of us presenters over there, and it’d get really expensive, fast. We wouldn’t be able to do that in a way that makes sense for us financially.

      Instead, we’ll probably continue to work with Europe the same way we’ve done in the past – we fly over individually for the specific conferences we’d like to attend. For example, I’ll be at SQLbits in a couple of months, and I just visited SQLSaturday Lisbon. For those conferences, we do a 1-day pre-conference session. It’s really inexpensive for attendees, and it helps us break even. Or at least lose as little money as possible, heh.

      • I can see your point of view …. I’ll just have to work on my Manager to get a bit more money into next years training budget.
        Thank you for the reply Brent :-)

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