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Late Notice - Speaking in Tampa on Wed, March 19th

Spend a Day with the Experts... Unplugged


Featuring SQL Server MVPs Kevin Kline and Hilary Cotter, and SQL Server Expert Jason Hall (Free Event)

Location:  Tampa, FL - Westshore Marriott
Date:  Wednesday, March 19, 2008
Time:  9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

*Complimentary lunch and refreshments included. 

Join SQL Server MVPs Kevin Kline and Hilary Cotter, and SQL Server expert Jason Hall, for a complimentary full-day seminar. They will discuss methodologies to maximize performance and productivity in your current environment and give their perspectives on what to expect in SQL Server 2008.

Session Topics:

  • Got SQL Server Performance Headaches?
    Get Permanent Relief: Detect, Diagnose and Resolve the Pain
    Kevin Kline will provide insight, techniques and tools for detecting, diagnosing and resolving performance issues in SQL Server.

  • Coaxing Maximum Performance from SQL Server 2005
    Hilary Cotter’s Tips and Best Practices for being the most productive you can be as a SQL Server professional and getting the most out of your SQL Server investment.

  • Roundtable: SQL Server 2008 – What’s New, What’s Great, Why it’s Worth the Wait
    Interactive panel discussion with Kevin Kline, Hilary Cotter and Jason Hall as they explore SQL Server 2008, some of the particulars that will make your life as a DBA easier and solve your biggest pain points, and what features they find to be the most exciting and valuable.


Space is limited.  Registration will close at 200.  All others will be placed on a waiting list.

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Published Tuesday, March 18, 2008 8:44 PM by KKline
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Kevin Kline is a well-known database industry expert, author, and speaker. Kevin is a long-time Microsoft MVP and was one of the founders of PASS,

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