Over the years, our SQL in the City events have proved enormously popular in offering SQL Server training to hundreds of database professionals. Now in its fifth year, SQL in the City attracts Database Administrators and developers (as well as other professionals who work with SQL Server) who want to hear the world’s top SQL Server speakers share their knowledge, best practice, tips, and tricks.
In London on Friday 16 October, and Seattle on Monday 26 October, hundreds of attendees will have the opportunity to choose from 17 sessions covering best practices for SQL Server development, administration, and Database Lifecycle Management (DLM).
Renowned experts and Microsoft MVPs like Steve Jones, Grant Fritchey, Uwe Ricken, and Brian Randell will be talking on topics as diverse as database version control, extending Application Lifecycle Management to the database, and making database changes using a migrations-only approach.
Attendees will not only learn new SQL skills to take back to the office, but they’ll also have ample time to meet peers, SQL Server experts, and the Redgaters behind the tools. They’ll gain insights to keep them up-to-date with the very latest developments in the SQL Server world.
This year attendees will be able to get close to the Redgate tools via step-by-step tutorials in the Hands-on Labs, which will be open throughout the events. Redgate developers will available to answer questions and offer guidance in a relaxed environment. There’ll also be lots of opportunities for networking with fellow SQL Server professionals and experts.
Attendee tickets are now available, and include 5+ hours of educational sessions, breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and drinks while networking at the end of the day. Check out the agenda, the speakers, and reserve a place in London or Seattle via the SQL in the City website.
The full agenda and speaker line-up will be finalised on July 30, so stay tuned!
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