SQLCAT tracks at 2007 SQL PASS

As you may already know from Brian Moran’s SQL Server Magazine article "SQLCAT to Offer Six Sessions at PASS", the SQLCAT team will be providing 6 SQLCAT tracks at the 2007 SQLPASS event in Denver this year.   As of today’s schedule, below are the SQLCAT tracks schedule:
 
Wednesday, September 19th 9:45am-11:00am
DBA-410-M
Designing for Petabyte using Lession Learned from Customer Experiences
Lubor Kollar, Microsoft; Kevin Cox, Microsoft
Korbel 1C/1D
 
Wednesday, September 19th 1:30pm-2:45pm
DBA-411-M
Building High Performance Microsoft SQL Systems Using Lessons Learned From Customer Deployments
Michael Thomassy, Microsoft; Burzin Patel, Microsoft
Korbel 2A/2B
 
Thursday, September 20th 9:45am-11:00am
DBA-412-M
ISV Configuration & Implementation using Lessons Learned from Customer Deployments
Juergen Thomas, Microsoft; Mike Ruthruff, Microsoft
Korbel 1A/1B
 
Thursday, September 20th 1:30pm-2:45pm
DBA-413-M
Building Highly Available Microsoft SQL Server implementations using Lessons Learned from Customer Deployments
Prem Mehra, Microsoft; Lindsey Allen, Microsoft; Sanjay Mishra, Microsoft
Korbel 2A/2B
Friday, September 21st 9:45am-11:00am
DBA-416-M
Building & Deploying Large Scale SSRS farms using Lessons Learned from Customer Deployments
Denny Lee, Microsoft; Lukasz Pawlowski, Microsoft
107/109
 
Friday, September 21st 1:00pm-2:15pm
DBA-415-M
Building & Maintaining Large Cubes Using Lessons Learned from Customer Deployments
Nicholas Dritsas, Microsoft; Eric Jacobson, Microsoft
108/110/112
 

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