Welcome to the first of our popular SQL in the City Streamed events in 2019.
When: Wednesday April 3
Where: Livestream on the Redgate Hub
Time: 09:00-14:00 Eastern / 14:00 - 19:00 BST – convert to local time
Duration: 5 hours – gather your team together for a training day
The theme for the first SQL in the City Streamed event of 2019 is a topical one – standardizing database change management across your organization. If different teams work in different ways, perhaps using their own tools and processes, inefficiencies creep in. Errors occur as changes move from development through testing to staging and production. Think collaboration, automation, tool and process standardization, and it’s a different story. Workflows are streamlined, errors are minimized, and real value starts being delivered to the business.
Microsoft MVPs, Kathi Kellenberger (Editor of Simple Talk), Grant Fritchey (ScaryDBA.com), Steve Jones (Editor of SQLServerCentral) and Kendra Little (Founder of SQL Workbooks) head up the speaker line-up, joined by members of the team at Redgate.
The schedule includes sessions designed to broaden your skillset, support your ongoing learning, and keep you up-to-date with what’s new in the industry and at Redgate.
The first SQL in the City Streamed for 2019 promises to be more popular than ever, so register your place and save the date in your diary.
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