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Posted Oct 14, 2009

Microsoft Committing Top Resources to PASS Summit Unite 2009

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From PASS]

CHICAGO, IL – October 14, 2009 – Everywhere you turn at PASS Summit Unite 2009, you’ll see Microsoft’s participation at the world’s largest SQL Server and Business Intelligence user conference. Microsoft is committing its top resources to the week-long event, including executive keynotes, the first-ever CSS and SQLCAT SQL Server Clinic, Ask the Experts Lounge, Hands-On Labs, and free copies of SQL Server 2008.

Hundreds of Microsoft experts will be on hand to share best practices, explain the latest solutions, and answer customer questions at PASS Summit 2009, Nov. 2-5 in Seattle, WA. With an overarching theme of ROI, the goal is to help attendees get the most out of their SQL Server and BI investments—and their time at PASS Summit. Attendees will also get a sneak-peek at Microsoft’s SQL Server and BI product roadmaps.

The article continues at http://summit2009.sqlpass.org/AboutSummit/News/MicrosoftatSummit.aspx



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