In May 2011, I presented an Exclusive Microsoft VTD Webcast on the “Underappreciated Features of Microsoft SQL Server”. It was an exclusive webcast series wherein industry experts came in and presented on various topics to create a scalable and secure environment for solution with SQL Server 2008 (http://beyondrelational.com/blogs/nakul/archive/2011/04/29/exclusive-sql-server-webcast-series-on-security-amp-scalability-register-today.aspx).
The session went very smooth, and I was fortunate enough to have a strong following throughout the session. I presented the following underappreciated features during the session:
- For Administration: Object Explorer Details and Object Explorer
- For Development: Template Explorer and T-SQL Debugger
The presentation material is now available on the SQLServerFAQ MSDN blog and the webcast videos are available for download on MSDN.
For my session on “Learn Underappreciated Features of Microsoft SQL Server”
- PPT here: http://beyondrelational.com/media/p/12497.aspx
- Webcast Download:http://download.microsoft.com/download/6/0/C/60CBF7F0-5558-4C00-ACC0-ABFF25A92244/Day5_SQLServer webcast.wmv
Refer the links below for the presentation deck and webcast video download link for other speakers of the Webcast series.
- Managing and Optimizing Resources for SQL Server [PPT | Webcast Download] – Balmukund Lakhani [Blog | @Blakhani]
- Optimizing and Tuning Full Text Search for SQL Server [PPT | Webcast Download] – Sudarshan Narasimhan [Blogs @ SQLServerFAQ]
- Understanding Performance Bottlenecks using Performance Dashboard [PPT | Webcast Download | QnA]
- Cool Tools to have for SQL Server DBA [Webcast Download] – Pradeep Adiga [Blog | @PradeepAdiga]
Have you registered for Community Tech Days (CTD) – Tech-Ed On The Road in Ahmedabad on June 11, 2011?
So, have you? If not, you are missing out on a lot of cool technology discussions! If you would like to change your mind, head over to my previous post here to know more and register!
See you on Saturday, June 11, 2011! Oh…and when you come down to the venue,
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