Microsoft's Lineup of SQL Server Related Webcasts for June 2008
May 27, 2008
Six new webcasts are scheduled for June, covering such topics as "New Features in SQL Server 2008 for Developers", "T-SQL Tips and Tricks in SQL Server 2008" and more.MSDN Webcast: New Features in SQL Server 2008 for Developers (Level 200)
Monday, June 02, 2008MSDN Webcast: geekSpeak: T-SQL Tips and Tricks in SQL Server 2008 with Andrew Karcher (Level 200)
1:00 PM Pacific Time
With Microsoft SQL Server 2008, you can leverage your Microsoft .NET Framework skills in new and interesting ways. Intrigued? Then join us!
Wednesday, June 04, 2008Support WebCast: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Failover Clustering on Windows Server 2008
12:00 PM Pacific Time
If you are a Transact-SQL (T-SQL) lover, this is the geekSpeak webcast for you. Andrew Karcher, a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for Microsoft SQL Server, introduces you to several new features of SQL Server 2008, including the hierarchy ID data type, the FileStream object, table-valued parameters, and large user-defined types.
Monday, June 09, 2008MSDN Webcast: geekSpeak: Spatial Data in SQL Server 2008 with Denny Cherry (Level 200)
10:00 AM Pacific Time
This Support WebCast focuses on how to plan, implement, and administer a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 failover cluster on Windows Server 2008.
Wednesday, June 11, 2008TechNet Webcast: SQL Server 2008 for SAP Customers (Level 200)
12:00 PM Pacific Time
In this installment of geekSpeak, we explore the new support for spatial data in Microsoft SQL Server 2008.
Thursday, June 12, 2008Achieving Business Intelligence Across the Enterprise Webcast Series
9:30 AM Pacific Time
In this webcast, we talk about what will be delivered to SAP customers in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 including compression, minimal logging, parallelism improvements, and query handling enhancements.
Thursday, June 19, 2008
12:00 PM Eastern Time
An Enterprise Business Intelligence solution should reflect the way individuals within organizations use informationnot the other way around. Putting BI in everyones hands enables a velocity of decision making that drives productivity and ultimately business performance.