4th - 7th March 2015

ExCeL London Exhibition and Convention Centre, London

Keith Burns

Keith began his career at Dec as a database consultant for Rdb/VMS. For the past 15 year he’s worked for Microsoft supporting SQL Server in a variety of roles. His experience goes back to V4.2 on OS/2 (before Windows NT was released). For a number of years he work with large Enterprises installing large scale OLTP systems and Data Warehouses. Currently he works with ISV’s who are looking to become early adopters of SQL Server 2008.
http://blogs.msdn.com/keithbu/

Due to the uncertaintity of whats will be publicly available in October we don't have the specifics of this session. Areas likely to be covered are new data types, spatial indexing, filestreams.
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