I attended the SQL BITS conference the weekend just gone and I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed it. Unfortunately I was only able to attend on Saturday I would have liked to have gone on the Friday but circumstances were against me but my friends and colleagues that did make the Friday said it was also an excellent day.
I followed the DBA/Performance sessions and I saw some very good speakers:
I particularly enjoyed Christian Bolton’s Vital Statistics session and Brent Ozars Perf Mon and Profiler session although all five were excellent.
They have given me some ideas for some new articles so check out www.gre-sqlserver-solutions.com website for my latest articles
The conference was excellent and I will definitely by attending any future conferences.
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