PASS Summit, the largest and most intensive Microsoft SQL Server conference in the world, will be held at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center in Seattle November 2-5. A key focus of the 10th anniversary conference will be helping database pros cut IT costs in a difficult economy, as well as making the most of their SQL Server and BI investments.
This year, the PASS Summit Unite 2009 will offer a record 168 in-depth sessions focused on SQL Server and BI implementations; 14 full-day Pre/Post-Conference Seminars, Nov. 2 and Nov. 6, presented by the top SQL Server and BI experts in the world; best practices sessions by the Microsoft SQLCAT team.
In addition to keynotes by top Microsoft SQL Server executives Bob Muglia, Ted Kummert, Tom Casey, and David J. DeWitt; the conference provides direct access to Microsoft CSS engineers, MVPs, and other industry experts in the "Ask the Experts" Lounge; as well as face-to-face troubleshooting and project planning support at the CSS and SQLCAT SQL Server First Aid Clinic, and many other opportunities for education and networking.
For more details and to register, go here.