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DBCC Commands in SQL Server 2005 / Microsoft Learning Offerings for SQL Server 2005 - Victor Isakov
Author: Jeff Wharton Date Posted: 7/7/2006 10:46:21 AM
This month Victor Isakov (MCT, MCDBA, MCSE, MCTS: SQL2005, MCITP:DBA, MCITP:DBD) will present two sessions, namely:

1st Session: Microsoft Learning Offerings for SQL Server 2005

Microsoft Learning has created an new generation of certification to reflect industry demand and "revamp" the existing certification. In this presentation we will look at the the Microsoft Technical Specialist and Microsoft Certified IT Professional certifications and how they relate to you. We will also go through the current range of SQL Server 2005 exams that are avialable and what objective domains they cover. And hopefully give some useful tips for passing the exams ;oP

2nd Session: DBCC Commands in SQL Server 2005

There is not a lot of documentation about the DBCC commands, what they do and when to run them. In this session we will go through the various DBCC commands, cover what they do and hopefully dispell some common myths. We will discuss the options you have when you are faced with database corruptions and hopefully help you decide whether to try to repair your databases using DBCC or restore the databases from backup. A session that every DBA cannot afford to miss.

Victor Isakov has been involved with SQL Server since Version 4.21a, enjoying a reputation as one of the best "SQL Gurus" in Australia. He has been an Microsft Trainer since 1995 and consulted for organisations like the University of NSW, DET (NSW), BT Financial Group, Microsoft (Redmond), Westpac and the United Nations. He specialises as a Trainer and a Consultant in Architecting, Optimising and Troubleshooting Database Solutions.

Venue: Canberra Microsoft Office, Level 2, 44 Sydney Avenue, BARTON, ACT | Duration Pizza & drinks from 5:00 pm for a 5:30 pm start. Finish approximately 7pm | On: Wednesday, March 14, 2007