After one heck of a trip to Orlando, FL for SQL Connections, I’m back in Redmond. Here is a quick re-cap of my sessions and links to session content…
SMS312 — Be More Productive with SQL Server 2005 Tools
SMS313 — Deep Dive into Database Mail
SMS315 — Solving Common Scenarios with Management Studio Reports
It never ceases to amaze me how many people are adopting SQL Server 2005. There were 200 people in my generic tools session, 90 people in the Database Mail session, 60 people in the Management Studio Reports session. Many of the attendees were fairly new to SQL Server 2005.
As promised, I’m posting links to references I’ve made in my sessions.
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SQL Server Tools General Forum:
If you have a question on any of the SQL Server Management Tools, ask it at my team’s forum.
Related OnDemand Webcasts:
SQL Server 2005 SP2 Tools and Improvements: http://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/eventdetail.aspx?eventID=1032330864&Culture=en-US
Database Mail in SQL Server 2005: http://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/eventdetail.aspx?eventID=1032275443&Culture=en-US
My slides should show up here soon:
Please post a comment to this blog post if:
1) I referenced something in my session that I haven’t listed here.
2) You have an unanswered question related to my session content.
3) You have a comment or suggestion on any of my sessions/demos.
Paul A. Mestemaker II
Microsoft SQL Server Manageability