SQL Server with Mr. Denny

Oct 16 2012   5:56PM GMT

There is still time to sign up for SQL PASS PreCons

Denny Cherry Denny Cherry Profile: Denny Cherry

This year the PASS Summit has 14 fantastic PreCons which are available for attendees to sign up for at an additional cost of just $395 per precon.  These precons are full day sessions with some fantastic presenters including myself, Louis Davisson, Rod Colledge, Jessica Moss, Brian Knight, Allen White, Itzik Ben-Gan, Bob Ward, Allan Hirt and Grant Fritchey as well as a several others.

These sessions are a fantastic deal as you get a full day session, hand out, lunch plus lots of time to chat with the presenter and attendees before the sessions, during the breaks as well as after the session.

Can’t decide which session you want to attend?  No problem there are two days of PreCons so you’ll be able to turn the 3 day PASS Summit into a 5 day conference for just a few hundred dollars more.  If you are heading out to the PASS Summit I’d really encourage you to sign up for one of the pre-cons.  I’d love to have you in my pre-con called “SQL Server 2012 in a Highly Available World” where we are going to walk through all of the high availability options which are available in SQL Server 2012 (as well as in the older versions as well), learn how to get them setup and most importantly figure out when we should be using each one.

If you are already signed up you can modify your registration or contact the registration contact listed on the registration page and she’ll be happy to add a pre-con onto your registration.

I look forward to seeing you at the summit, and at my precon,

Denny

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