Free Day-Long Virtual Event for SQL Server


SQL Server training, come get your fresh hot SQL Server training here…

On Wednesday, March 3rd, we’re doing an all-day live virtual conference on how to use dynamic management views (DMVs) to do SQL Server performance tuning and troubleshooting.  We’re going to have sessions at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels taught by:

  • Kevin Kline (BlogTwitter) – Microsoft MVP since 2004, author of SQL in a Nutshell, founding board member of the Professional Association for SQL Server, and all around good guy.
  • Ari Weil (BlogTwitter) – Product Manager for Quest’s performance products, and knows way more about waits, performance tuning, and SQL Server architecture than anybody should.
  • Brent Ozar (BlogTwitter) – your humble author. Okay, well, author anyway.

How much would you pay for training this good?

$39.95?  $49.95?  Even $59.95?

But wait – there’s more!

It’s going to look amazing – even better than Vince’s Slap Chop Rap Remix.

We’re using the same high definition setup that the SSWUG Virtual Conference uses.  None of the LiveMeeting, picture-in-a-thumbnail stuff – we’re talking TV studio with awesome sound and cameras.  At any given time, two of us will be on camera, joking back and forth.

Since it’s completely live, and you know I’m addicted to Twitter, we’ll be taking questions and interacting with the audience the whole time.  This is gonna be fun.

The price: cheaper than free.

It’s not just free – if you register by January 31st, you’ll be entered to win one of four Amazon gift cards.  We’re giving away four $50 cards, two $100 cards, and a $200 gift card!  Even if you don’t wanna go, you should register just to win a chance at these gift cards.  (I’m probably not allowed to say that, but hey, this is just between us.)

Operators are standing by.  Register now!

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