Microsoft SQL Server Masterclass this June in London

The Microsoft SQL Server Masterclass is an immersive, one-day event coming up this June. Specific sessions cover debunking some of the more commonly-held misconceptions about SQL Server, solving problems with GUIDs, database recovery techniques, and maintenance tips and tricks.

Event details below:

When: Thursday, June 17

Where: Radisson Edwardian Heathrow Hotel, London

Who is Speaking: Paul Randal, Kimberly Tripp, Paul James Taylor, and Keith Burns

Cost: £199 if registered by May 31, £249 after


  • Opening Keynote: Bridging the Gap Between Development and Production
  • Session 1: SQL Server Mythbusters
  • Session 2: Database Recovery Techniques Demo-Fest
  • Session 3: GUIDs: Use, Abuse, and How To Move Forward
  • Session 4: Essential Database Maintenance
  • Closing hosted Q&A


"The economic crunch is far from over and so many companies are making do with aging hardware and skeleton IT staff. This presents serious difficulties, especially when there isn't a seasoned DBA in control of SQL Server," said Paul Randal. "We're going to cover a lot of information that companies can use to streamline operations and performance without making major application changes—lots of areas for people to dig deeper and get more knowledge to help avoid having to spend precious budget. One of the things we'll highlight is a design pattern that often goes unnoticed but causes real havoc with server performance and availability."

To register, visit the SQL Skills page. 

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