Event: SQLBits 10 – The Official UK SQL Server 2012 Technical Launch Event

SQLBits, the UK’s SQL Server technical conference and the second largest SQL Server conference in the world, is undoubtedly the place to be if you’re keen to improve your SQL Server knowledge and find out what’s new in SQL Server 2012!

Over nine previous conferences since 2007, SQLBits has gained a reputation as the event for SQL Server professionals in the UK: almost 800 people attended each of the two previous conferences. It now attracts the leading SQL Server experts from around the world as speakers as well as senior members of the SQL Server development team from Redmond; in Brighton last year the guest of honour was none other than Steve Wozniak, founder of Apple and tech industry legend.

SQLBits 10 will be taking place at the Novotel London West in Hammersmith, London on the 29th-31st March 2012, and will also be the official launch event for SQL Server 2012 in the UK. Here’s what will be happening on each of the three days:

Thursday 29th March will be a training day, featuring a number of day-long preconference seminars delivered by well-known SQL Server trainers such as Adam Machanic, Kevin Kline, Denny Cherry and Stacia Misner. You can see a full list of what’s on offer here.

Friday 30th March will be a conference day featuring hour-long sessions delivered by the best speakers from the SQL Server community

Saturday 31st March will be the traditional SQLBits community conference day, with a wide range of sessions covering all aspects of SQL Server at all abilities.

The agenda for Friday and Saturday will be published in early 2012. Full details on booking and pricing can be found here, but the important thing to remember is that the Saturday conference day is free to attend!

To find out more about what’s happening at SQLBits and to register, go to http://www.sqlbits.com/

We hope to see you in London!

Comments (1)

  1. Chris Webb says:

    One other thing – if you want to get an idea of what the conference sessions are like, you can see recordings from previous conferences here: http://sqlbits.com/content/

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