One of the places I really look forward to going every year is Dublin – not just for the countryside, friendly people, and our very good friends Carmel, Sandra, and Bob of Prodata, but also for the fabulous Irish breakfasts that the hotel serves – nowhere beats it, not even Scotland!

And now that time is almost upon us again! This will be the third year we’ve taught classes in Ireland and this year we’re doing a lot more than before:

  • 4-Day Immersion Event, June 28-July 1 2010
  • 2-Day Performance Tuning Masterclass, July 5-6 2010
  • 2-Day Disaster Recovery Masterclass, July 7-8 2010

Last Thursday we taught a 1-day SQL MasterClass in London to 170 attendees and it was a huge success. If you’re on the fence about whether you’ll get a good ROI from coming to Ireland, or if you’ve never been in one of our classes, check out some of the reviews of the 1-day event last week:

    • “I would jump at the chance to attend future talks by Paul and Kimberly – if you get the chance to, I cannot recommend it highly enough. Awe-inspiring knowledge, that is shared in such an effortless and enjoyable way, bouncing off each other.”
    • “By far, the best SQL Server event I have attended. Total value for money,…  …and of course 2 outstanding speakers in Paul and Kimberly.”
  • http://blog.gre-sqlserver-solutions.com/2010/06/sql-server-masterclass.html (defunct)
    • “I have attended several taught MCP SQL Server training courses over the years and several conferences including SQL Bits and this MasterClass taken Paul Randal and Kimberly L Tripp has to be the best training/knowledge transfer day I have been on. Kimberly and Paul have an amazing knowledge of SQL Server and such a great presentation style that makes this day a must for any SQL Server professional.”

And if that’s not enough to sway you, remember that the Guinness also seems to taste better in Dublin than anywhere else in the world, or maybe it’s just me… :-)

Hope to see you in Dublin!

Cheers