Sunday, September 13, 2009
Mysore PASS Chapter SQL Server Webcasts Series
The Mysore/Mandya Technology Group (MY-TG) organizes a series of SQL Server Webcasts which started on Saturday, September 12th, 2009 and will be taking place every Saturday for the next few weeks. To this end, every Saturday, two sessions are presented.
Topics include SQL Server 2008 Administration, Development and Data Access. This is another great opportunity to learn more about trending SQL Server topics.
I have the pleasure to participate as a speaker to this event on Saturday, September 19th, 2009, 12:30 - 13:30 (UTC) where I will be presenting the session with topic: "Flexible data synchronization with Microsoft Sync Framework".
In this session, among other, we will talk about the fundamentals of Data Synchronization and how we can easily build from scratch a flexible Sync Ecosystem using Microsoft Sync Framework 2.0 CTP2, thus allowing the smooth operation of an Occasionally Connected System.
Click here to register for this event and for more details please visit http://positivekingdom.info.
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