Registration Opens for 24 Hours of PASS, Featuring Closed Captioning in 15 Languages

Top SQL Server & BI Experts to Deliver 24 Free Back-to-Back Webcasts Focusing on Microsoft SQL Server 2012

CHICAGO--()--Catch up on your sleep while you can. The Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) is bringing an exceptional lineup of SQL Server and business intelligence experts directly to your computer March 21 for the free, nonstop 24 Hours of PASS: SQL Server 2012.

Registration opened today for the series of 24 back-to-back webcasts, which for the first time will feature live closed captioning in 15 languages. No matter where you are in the world, you’ll gain access to best practices and expert tips delivered directly to your computer by some of the industry’s most knowledgeable speakers, including MVPs and community and Microsoft experts from around the world.

“Thanks to Rob Farley and his 24 Hours of PASS team, we have an excellent speaker lineup and a rich mix of sessions that deliver deep SQL Server 2012 guidance as well as core SQL Server, BI, and professional development information that’s valuable no matter what release you’re on,” said PASS Vice President of Marketing Thomas LaRock. “We are also thrilled to offer closed captioning for our global community as part of the IBTalk platform. The unique format of 24 Hours of PASS is about bringing database professionals together around the world, and I encourage anyone who wants to learn more about SQL Server to attend as many sessions as possible.”

Besides extensive SQL Server 2012 coverage, the event will explore Integration Services, performance tuning, data warehousing, high availability, T-SQL, PowerShell, cloud computing, and more. Each session will also feature a live Q&A segment.

Co-sponsored by Microsoft and SQL Sentry, the webcasts begin at 00:00 GMT on March 21 (8pm ET on March 20 in the US). Learn more and register at http://www.sqlpass.org/24hours/spring2012/.

About PASS

The Professional Association for SQL Server is an independent, not-for-profit association dedicated to supporting, educating, and promoting the global Microsoft SQL Server community. From local user groups and virtual chapters to webcasts and the annual PASS Summit, PASS enables knowledge sharing, in-depth learning, access to the Microsoft SQL Server team, and the ability to influence the direction of SQL Server technologies. For more information, visit the PASS website at http://www.sqlpass.org.

Contacts

PASS
Kathy Blomstrom, 970-630-3404
kathy.blomstrom@sqlpass.org

Release Summary

Registration opens for March 21's 24 Hours of PASS, with 24 free, back-to-back webcasts by top SQL Server experts, a special focus on Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and closed captioning in 15 languages.

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Contacts

PASS
Kathy Blomstrom, 970-630-3404
kathy.blomstrom@sqlpass.org