Jan 20, 2011
Registration for SQLBits 8 is now open
Registration for SQLBits 8 is now open so what are you waiting for!
This is undoubtedly one of the best opportunities for you to get SQL Server training here in the UK and to get involved in the SQL Server community, which by the way is one of your resolutions for this year.
I’ve talked about the awesomeness of this event before but here’s a quick recap of just some of the reasons for the rest of you.
SQLBits is Europe’s Largest SQL Server Event
Three days packed full of SQL Server content to wet the appetite of data professionals from all backgrounds. Whether you’re a DBA, Developer, Report Author, Analyst or just starting out on your SQL Server journey, there is something for everyone at SQLBits.
You Can Vote for the Sessions You Want to See
Not content with merely offering you a huge variety of sessions, those clever folks running SQLBits are giving you the chance to vote on the sessions you want to see. Just head on over to the site, register, and login to vote.
Meet SQL Server Professionals Just Like You
A problem shared is still your problem right but we can certainly help you with it. Attending SQLBits is a fantastic opportunity to meet other data professionals just like you. You’ll be amazed at how many people understand what you are going through and have had to overcome the very same issues.
If your the sole DBA in your shop it can be lonely place at times with no one to turn to. Trust me, we’ve all been there and are here to help. The camaraderie you will experience is quite something and I cannot begin to describe for you just how awesome the SQL Server community is. Attending an event such as this is the perfect opportunity to experience it first hand.
Attending will gives you the opportunity to meet with great SQL Server minds, learn new skills, get your SQL Server questions answered, find solutions to problems in your environment and develop new ideas . You will return to work on Monday bursting with new ideas, zeal and vigour.
I’ve reserved my place, have you?