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Right now it’s tough to get businesses to loosen the purse a little and get you out to some training. But you have features in the product that you’re not even able to use because you haven’t been trained. What’s a Data Professional to do?
Why, go to free or low cost training over the web, of course! And we’ve got you covered. Here’s the scoop:
Microsoft offers SQL Server E-learning courses
Microsoft makes it easier than ever to attend SQL Server 2008 training, at little to no cost, without any travel necessary. Subject matter includes: administration, architecture, database, programming and security. Click the courses below to see full descriptions or visit Microsoft Learning to browse the course catalog.
Clinic 10259: SQL Server 2008: Database Infrastructure and Scalability
Clinic 10258: SQL Server 2008: Upgrade and Application Compatibility
Course 10156: Automating Administrative Tasks in Microsoft SQL Server 2008
Course 10152: Creating and Managing Databases in Microsoft SQL Server 2008
Course 10155: Managing Security in Microsoft SQL Server 2008
Course 10154: Backing Up and Restoring Databases in Microsoft SQL Server 2008
Course 10151: Installing and Configuring Microsoft SQL Server 2008
Course 10153: Planning, Creating, and Optimizing Indexes in Microsoft SQL Server 2008
Course 10158: Implementing High Availability and Replication in Microsoft SQL Server 2008
Course 10157: Monitoring and Controlling Resources in Microsoft SQL Server 2008
Clinic 10164: Essential SQL Server 2008 for Developers
Clinic 6258: New Features Of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services
Clinic 6189: What's New in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 for Business Intelligence
Clinic 6188: What's New in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 for Enterprise Data Platform
Clinic 6190: What's New in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 for Database Development
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