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SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition: A DBA's Primer - Jeff Wharton
Author: Jeff Wharton Date Posted: 11/25/2007 4:42:27 PM
This event has been cancelled. See newsletter sent or email brian.madsen@businessobjectmodels.com.

We apologise for this inconvenience but fear not for Jeff will be back again sometime later in 2008.

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition (SQL Server Compact Edition) is the rebranding of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Mobile Edition (SQL Server Mobile 3.0) without the desktop restriction.

SQL Server Compact extends the SQL Server Mobile technology by offering a low maintenance, compact embedded database for single-user client applications for all Windows platforms including tablet PCs, pocket PCs, smart phones and desktops. Just as with SQL Server Mobile, SQL Server Compact is a free, easy-to-use, lightweight, and embeddable version of SQL Server 2005 for developing desktop and mobile applications.

In this session Jeff will cover:

- What is SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition (SSCE)?
- SSCE Feature Limitations
- Obtaining SSCE 3.x
- Managing SSCE Databases
- Verifying and Repairing SSCE Databases
- Compacting and Shrinking SSCE Databases
- Securing the SSCE Database
- Synchronization
- Locking, Concurrency and Isolations
- Performance Tuning
- Resources

Meet the Presenter

Jeff Wharton is WARDY IT Solutions Chief Solutions Architect. Jeff is an active member in the Australian SQL Server community and President of the Canberra SQL Server User Group. Jeff holds a Masters Degree in Systems Development (.NET Stream) and is in the final stages of completing a Master of Database Design and Management (SQL Server 2005) degree at Charles Sturt University. In November 2007 Jeff won Speaker Idol ’07 at TechEd-Developers Barcelona; thus securing him a speaker slot at TechEd-Developers 2008.

Venue: Level 2, 23 Barrack Street, Excom Offices | Duration 5:30pm-7:00pm | On: Thursday, January 10, 2008