Tech.ED Australia – Session Sneak Preview

I gave a sneak preview of the developer sessions for Australia's Tech.Ed a few weeks back. Now, I will share the current schedule for the data track. (Shsss, don't tell anyone, ok)

  • Developing Data Applications with New Yukon Funcitonality
  • Introducing your next client database: SQL Express
  • SQL2k: Building reporting services applications
  • SQL Reporting Services Management (Including Reporting on Exchange)
  • Indepth Look at the Yukon Storage Engine
  • Performance Optimization for SQL Server CE 2.0
  • What's New In ADO.NET v2 For Visual Studio 2005
  • Developing And Deploying Applications Using the Microsoft Data Engine (MSDE)
  • Business Intelligence Using SQL Server Analysis Services and Office System 2003
  • *Indepth Look at DTS in SQL Server 2005 (code named "Yukon")
  • Best Practices for design and performance for creating OLAP Cubes
  • Datamining in SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005 (code named "Yukon")
  • SQL Server 2005 (code named "Yukon"): Security Enhancements
  • General Session: A 'Whistle Stop' Tour of SQL Server 2005 (code named "Yukon")

We will have fantastic local speakers (such as Greg Low, Adam Cogan & Tony Bain), and outstanding visiting speakers, (such as Brian Randell & Kevin Collins)

So, don't forget Australia's Tech.Ed is scheduled for August 3 to 6 in Canberra, and Tech.Ed NZ happening Aug 1 to 4 in Auckland.

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