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Phil Winstanley - British .NET chap based in Lancashire. Enjoys tea and tech. Working for Microsoft.

August 2004 - Posts

MSDN Technical Briefing: A Developers Guide to SQL Server today and tomorrow “Yukon” (version 2005) – Level 300 (LONDON)

MSDN Technical Briefing: A Developers Guide to SQL Server today and tomorrow “Yukon” (version 2005) – Level 300 (LONDON)

SQL Server 2005 (code-named “Yukon”) will provide next-generation capabilities across database development and management, availability, security, scalability and business intelligence.  This developer-focused event will begin with a review of some of the newer features of SQL Server 2000 such as Reporting Services and BPA, before covering SQL Server 2005 in depth including T-SQL improvements, XML, CLR integration and Analysis Services.  Sign up now for a roundup of exciting new features in the current product as well as comprehensive coverage of SQL Server 2005.

Attendees will receive a copy of the SQL Server 2005 beta 2 resource kit including the beta 2 product, 50 webcasts, white papers and hands-on lab material.

For more information and to register go to: -

https://msevents-eu.microsoft.com/cui/EventDetail.aspx?culture=en-GB&eventid=118748634.

Posted: Aug 02 2004, 09:39 PM by Plip | with no comments
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Manchester / North West - .NET User Group - September 2004 Meeting

I've accepted the role as the Coordinator for the .NET North West user group, supported by VBUG and the .NET Exchange.

The group is currently going through INETA registration, so soon will be all official.

The first meeting with me as coorinator is going to be on the 23rd September 2004, and will include a talk on Developing Secure .NET software by Eamon O'Tuathail, who was the winner of TechEd 2004 Security Championship.

If you're going to be in the North West on the 23rd September 2004 we'd love to have you along. You can get details on registering for the event here: -

http://www.vbug.net/events/default.asp?region=Manchester

Posted: Aug 02 2004, 02:36 PM by Plip | with no comments
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