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A few days ago I posted the resources for the TechDays 2011 Communications and Collaboration track. This post is intended to provide those who attended session in the Data Platform track to be able to continue their learning with the resources listed for each of the sessions delivered at TechDays 2011 in Toronto, as well as overall resources for the track.
As was evident from the content, a large focus of the Data Platform track at TechDays 2011 was business intelligence, as well as SQL Server 2012 (formerly SQL Server code-named “Denali”). Sessions also dealt with topics such as some of the T-SQL coding options in SQL Server 2008R2 and SQL Server 2012, as well as techniques to migrate to SQL Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2012. Hopefully you left each session understanding all the concepts and knowing exactly what you needed to do in order to take advantage of the great features of SQL Server in your organization.
Below you’ll find all of the resources mentioned in each of the sessions so that you can continue your learning today (rather than having to wait until the sessions are available on TechDays Online in early December):
Highlighted in all sessions:
Resources for individual sessions
DAT274 - A Lap around Microsoft Business Intelligence - Part 1
DAT275 - A Lap around Microsoft Business Intelligence - Part 2
DAT279 - New Business Intelligence Functionality in Microsoft SQL Server 2012
DAT302 - Introducing the Next Generation High Availability Solution: Microsoft SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn
DAT304 - What's New in Manageability for Microsoft SQL Server 2012
DAT318 - The T-SQL Cookbook: What's Cool in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 and New in SQL Server 2012
DAT319 - Upgrading to Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2012: A Comprehensive Look
Looking ahead to TechDays Vancouver
Stay tuned to next week’s post where I’ll go over what is in store for you in the Data Platform track at TechDays Vancouver! If you haven’t yet registered for TechDays Vancouver (or Montreal, for that matter), there’s still time to register.
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