As the countdown continues to the launch of the latest version of Microsoft SQL Server, the excitement levels continue to rise and rise, and why shouldn’t they given all that SQL Server 2012 brings with it?! To help make sure you are aware of your opportunity to participate in our Virtual Launch event that we are conducting on March 7, 2012 and to let you know about a bunch of SQL Server 2012 information and resources that are available now and have been shared recently, I am putting up this quick collection for you here on the blog.
First, let’s start with the SQL Server 2012 Virtual Launch Event that is taking place on March 7, 2012. The event will feature Keynote presentations by:
In addition, there will be a series of over 30+ sessions delivered across three tracks:
Also, you will have the opportunity to connect with product experts and MVPs by chatting with them and asking questions in the virtual lounge.
In addition to participating in the Virtual Launch Event, they will also be offering prizes for people based on their earning badges for doing activities such as watching the keynote, tweeting, and much more. Some of the prizes included include: cash gift cards, BOSE headphones, and Xbox Kinects.
Now for some of the other information, resources, etc. for you around SQL Server 2012 that you may want to check out and utilize:
SQL Server 2012 Release Candidate:
SQL Server 2012 General:
SQL Server 2012 Online Books & Documentation:
SQL Server Web Sites:
SQL Server Virtual Labs:
Be sure to take a few minutes and register at the link above to join us for the March 7th SQL Server 2012 Virtual Launch event, download the SQL Server 2012 Release Candidate and utilize the SQL Server 2012 resources included above for you. I hope you find them helpful and they help get you pointed in the right direction for your goals with SQL Server 2012. By the way, if you have the Microsoft Partner Info mobile app installed on you Windows Phone, you have access to the latest from the SQL Server Team by simply clicking on SQL Server under “Products” on the home page of the app.
Did you find this information helpful? If so, you may want to make sure you are utilizing all of the areas I share information online, such as:
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