I’m excited to be doing a webcast tomorrow with the infamous illustrious Brent Ozar for Quest’s Pain-of-the-Week. The title is “Getting Started with SQL Server Management Studio,” and as you’ve probably gathered, it’s pretty entry-level stuff. If you read my blog, then chances are you don’t need to watch this webcast. But if you know anyone who’s trying to learn SQL Server or is trying to make the upgrade from 2000 to 2005/2008, this may be a good webcast for them.
I’ve also got a few other speaking engagements coming up:
June 2nd: Cedar Valley .NET User Group
I’ll be reprising my Iowa Code Camp presentation on “SQL Server for the .NET Developer” for CVINETA. This presentation focuses on what you need to know about good table design, indexing strategies, and fragmentation… you know, what you wish every .NET developer knew about SQL Server.
June 11th: PoTW: Time-Saving SQL Server Management Studio Tips & Tricks
I’ll also be doing this webcast with @BrentO as a follow-up to our webcast tomorrow. It will focus on how to save time and improve your sanity by using some neat little tricks in SSMS 2008.