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Voting is up at SqlBits site now. If you are going on here some sessions I hope will be interesting.

http://sqlbits.com/Sessions/Event10/Dot_Net_Data_Access_Fundamentals

http://sqlbits.com/Sessions/Event10/SQL_2012_Alwasy_On-Deep_Dive

http://sqlbits.com/Sessions/Event10/The_Accidental_BI_Adminstrator_Part_I-Cubes

http://sqlbits.com/Sessions/Event10/Load_Testing_Analysis_Services

http://sqlbits.com/Sessions/Event10/Load_Testing_and_Scalability_for_SQL_Dot_Net_Applications

 

So apart from my own sessions, what other sessions are my hot picks.

http://sqlbits.com/Sessions/Event10/Time_Intelligence_in_DAX – Alberto always delivers an excellent insight into MDX or DAX

http://sqlbits.com/Sessions/Event10/Understanding_Your_NET_4_0_Data_Access_Options – I’ve fallen behind with Silverlight and newer versions of EF so would love to catch up.

http://sqlbits.com/Sessions/Event10/Query_Tuning_Mastery_Workspace_Memory_Internals – Adams level 500 sessions. Never been to one but his reputation is excellent as an ex instructor on the old SQL Ranger programme (now MCA).

http://sqlbits.com/Sessions/Event10/Setting_Up_and_Managing_a_Secure_and_Compliant_SQL_Server – I love Bob and security/compliance is one of my favourite subjects. Would like to see Bob’s take on it – and maybe get some free IP in the process Winking smile

http://sqlbits.com/Sessions/Event10/Whats_Buried_in_the_Plan_Cache I’m going to ask some awkward questions from the back (only joking). Christina session will be well worth the visit.

http://sqlbits.com/Sessions/Event10/To_the_Cloud_with_SQL_Server_Data_Tools I Love Gert Drapers dry humour and who better to demo SSDT.

http://sqlbits.com/Sessions/Event10/How_Are_My_Servers_Today I love using SSRS to report on SQL Server health so keen to see another perspective from GrumpyOldDBA

http://sqlbits.com/Sessions/Event10/The_top_10_biggest_SQL_Server_configuration_mistakes by Christian Bolton (Fellow MCA). I hope that I already know most of these, but really want to see Christian’s perspective and I’m sure some good horror storied there.

Of course anything by the SQLCAT team is always fun too!

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