SQL Training Courses
Data Education prides itself on offering world-class, tested SQL Server 2012, 2008, and 2005 training to the database community, including courses on advanced T-SQL querying and tuning, SQL internals, high availability and disaster recovery, performance troubleshooting and parallelism, PowerShell, SSIS, PowerPivot, and everything you need to know about SQL Server 2012.
New 2013 Schedule
Data Education is excited to launch its 2013 course schedule with the SQL Saturday #203 pre-seminar No More Guessing! Enlightened Performance Troubleshooting, taught by Adam Machanic. Attend this seminar and never again stumble blindly through the dimly lit world of performance troubleshooting.
Whether you’re a database administrator, developer, or business intelligence professional, Data Education brings the experts to you. Classes are small and intimate, allowing plenty of time for student-instructor interaction. Our SQL Server training content is much more than just theory. Put what you learn into action while still in the classroom, with hands-on labs and exercises that integrate real-world workplace scenarios.
Learn From The Best
Learn from veteran instructors who give learning a hands-on approach. From authors of bestselling SQL Server books to Microsoft MVPs, our trainers focus on what you need to learn – right now. We bring in the biggest names in the SQL Server world so that you learn the most cutting-edge database techniques out there. At Data Education, our trainers use their real-world experience to prepare you to take what you learn in the classroom and apply it immediately to your business environment.
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