PASS Seminars in Atlanta and Chicago (April 2003)

By Rob Volk on 25 March 2003 | Tags: Conferences

Maureen submitted "The Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) is holding one-day, intense, interactive SQL Server training in four U.S. cities in 2003. The first stops are Atlanta, April 14-15, and Chicago, May 13-14. These seminars provide a terrific opportunity for SQL Server users to boost their SQL Server education with a minimal investment of time, travel and dollars.

Atlanta - April 14 & Chicago - May 14 - “Maximizing Development with Data Transformation Services," presented by Trey Johnson, Principal Architect in the Business Intelligence Practice of Encore Development

Atlanta - April 15 & Chicago - May 13 - "Through the Looking Glass: Inside the SQL Server Storage Engine," presented by Kalen Delaney, Principal Mentor with Solid Quality Learning.

Don’t delay – space is limited for these convenient and cost-effective educational opportunities! Visit for detailed seminar content and secure online registration, or call PASS Headquarters at 1+312.527.6742 for more information."

Link: PASS Seminars in Atlanta and Chicago (April 2003)

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