Announcing My 2021/2022 Training Class Schedule

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If you want to attend my live online classes, it’s really easy: just buy a Live Class Season Pass and you can drop in on any class that works for your schedule.

I recommend attending ’em in this order:

  • Fundamentals, required, in this order: Index Tuning, Query Tuning, Parameter Sniffing
  • Fundamentals, optional: Columnstore, TempDB (can be taken in any order)
  • Mastering, required, in this order: Index Tuning, Query Tuning, Parameter Sniffing, Server Tuning

So I schedule ’em in that order, too. Here are the rotations for the rest of this year and all of next year for your scheduling pleasure:

Summer/Fall 2021 Rotation:

I’m in the midst of an EU-friendly time schedule rotation:

And here’s the next US-friendly time schedule rotation:

Fall Fundamentals:

All of the Fundamentals classes share these prerequisites except where noted.

Winter 2022 Mastering Rotation:

The Mastering classes require this VM setup.

Spring/Summer 2022 Rotation:

All of the Fundamentals classes share these prerequisites except where noted, and the Mastering classes require this VM setup.

Summer/Fall 2022 Rotation:

All of the Fundamentals classes share these prerequisites except where noted, and the Mastering classes require this VM setup.

Can’t attend live? Check out the recordings.

Recorded Class Season PassYou can buy a Recorded Class Season Pass of the Fundamentals classes, or of the Mastering classes. That gives you the ability to stream the most recent recordings of each class anytime you want on your desktop, laptop, tablet, phone, or Internet-connected fridge.

Whew! That’s about enough scheduling for a while. I do have plans to bring out two more training classes in 2022, but I’m not quite ready to announce those yet. And as always, your Season Passes include access to any new classes that I bring out during your subscription. (I don’t plan to do any in-person classes during 2021 or 2022.)

See you in class!

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