With exactly a month to go until our 5-day Immersion event in Bellevue, WA we've got 25 people registered for the class (wow!) and space
The top things YOU need to know about managing SQL Server – in one place, on one day – presented by two
We enjoyed Dublin so much in 2008 and 2009 that we're going back for two weeks this time – and teaching three classes while we're
Our first public class of the year is just over 3 weeks away! This is the *only* public class we'll be teaching in the US
Due to some Microsoft date changes, the Spring SQL Connections show had to move to the week of April 12th. As a knock-on effect –
The first of our public classes (what we call Immersion Events) in 2010 is now officially open for registrations! We've teamed up with our good
We're part-way through the Fall conference season, and in the middle of teaching week 1 of the current Microsoft Certified Master – SQL class. At
Yes, I'm a week late (at least) uploading these, and I apologize. But better late than never! For those lucky 48 people who attended our
Kimberly and I will be teaching a week-long public Immersion Event in Dublin, September 21-25, in partnership with our good friends at Prodata and Microsoft Ireland.
This year it looks like we’re not going to be involved in TechEd US in May so the SQL Connections show in Orlando in March (21-26)
This blog post explains the demo scripts and databases I've posted to cover all the Corruption Survival Techniques and DBCC CHECKDB sessions I've presented at
Over the last six months on the blog, you’ll have seen me mention internal training that Kimberly and I wrote for
Well, we’re here in England now to teach the first of our UK classes and we’re staying with our good friend Tony Rogerson (UK SQL Server
September, October, and November are going to be a whirlwind this year – after 3 weeks in the UK and Ireland in September, teaching and the San
People have been complaining that I’ve stopped blogging so much – vacation folks, vacation! Today I’ve got a few class and conference posts to get
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