FREE SQL 2005 training at Microsoft office Denver, CO


For those of you who want to find out more about SQL 2005 I have a treat. I am running a SQL Server 2005 training in Denver this Friday April 14th, 2006. We only have 18 seats left.


Below is the invite for the event, for those interested please register.


You are invited to attend a SQL Server 2005 Overview: Development, Business Intelligence & Management training class.  Microsoft is pleased to offer this training at no charge


Elements of this syllabus are subject to change.


This one-day course provides students with the knowledge and skills to understand the new features in SQL Server 2005 as well as take advantage of the significant improvements made to SQL Server in the areas of infrastructure, development, and business intelligence.


Audience


This course is intended for experienced rich client developers, web developers, database administrators. This lecture based class will cover key features of SQL Server 2005 as well as a look into how to convert existing SQL Server 2000 databases to SQL Server 2005.


At Seminar Completion


Students will be able to effectively use:


·         SQL Server Developer Platform – SQLCLR, Client, XML, TSQL Enhancements


·         Business Intelligence Platform – Reporting Services, Analysis Services, Integration services


·         Infrastructure Platform – Migration, Management, Enterprise Availability


 


Prerequisites


Before attending this course, students must have:


§         Experience using SQL Server 2000


§         Experience managing SQL Server 2000 databases


 


Lunch


In appreciation for your attendance to this seminar, Microsoft will be providing lunch.


 


Seminar Dates and Location:


April 14th, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


http://www.microsoft.com/mscorp/info/usaoffices/rockymtn/denver.mspx


Microsoft Corporation


4643 S. Ulster St. Suite 700


Denver, CO 80237


720-528-1700


 


Register today at: http://www.microsofttraining.com/devonsites


Class/Invitation ID 304523 or click here 


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