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SQL Server 2005: End-to-End Part 1 (Design and Build) – Schedule as Session 1

Title:  SQL Server 2005: End-to-End Part 1 (Design and Build) – Schedule as Session 1

Abstract: There are a number of steps involved in the creation of a database application. In this series of sessions we look at the full application lifecycle, from design and build, through deployment and operations to adding BI features to the final application. Throughout the series, you’ll see best practices for approaching each phase, so if you are looking for the best way to build SQL Server 2005 applications, then these three sessions are the place to start. In the first of this series we look at the process of designing and building a SQL Server 2005 database application. The session covers design and architecture decisions, focusing on many of the new choices provided by SQL Server 2005 and goes on to look at how to implement this application using Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005. We cover decisions related to the choice of tier for implementing application functionality, the choice of technology in SQL Server 2005 to use for various implementation scenarios and the specifics of how to implement the features decided upon.

Australian Speaker: Jeremy Boyd [jeremyb@intergen.co.nz]

New Zealand Speaker: Jeremy Boyd [jeremyb@intergen.co.nz]

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