PASS TV Sharing Taste of PASS Summit 2012 via Free Live-Streaming Sessions, Keynotes, WIT Luncheon
12 hours of daily programming with overnight replay for Microsoft SQL Server and business intelligence professionals around the world
CHICAGO, Illinois — Nov. 5, 2012 — The Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) is sharing a slice of its PASS Summit 2012 conference with Microsoft SQL Server professionals around the world via free live-streaming of technical sessions, keynotes, and other activities Nov. 7-9.
In its debut at PASS Summit, PASS TV will provide 12 hours of daily programming, including live-streaming of technical sessions, keynotes by Microsoft Senior Vice President Ted Kummert and Corporate Vice President Quentin Clark Nov. 7 and 8, and the Women in Technology Luncheon and Panel Discussion Nov. 8. The channel will also feature interviews with top SQL Server experts and speakers, community leaders, PASS volunteers, and sponsors. PASS TV will then replay the day’s programming overnight.
“PASS Summit is a community conference – planned and presented by the SQL Server community for the SQL Server community,” said PASS VP of Marketing Thomas LaRock. “And we’re thrilled that even if you aren’t able to join us in Seattle, you’ll be able to tune in to PASS TV and participate in some incredible SQL learning and community activities wherever you are.”
All PASS TV programming will be live-streamed and replayed from the PASS Summit website. The Microsoft SQL Server Home page, www.microsoft.com/sqlserver, will also live-stream the content from 7:45am - 10:15am PT Wednesday and Thursday and until 11:15am Friday, including keynotes, Microsoft executive interviews, and Dr. David DeWitt’s special Friday spotlight session on “Big Data Meets SQL Server.”
“We are excited to support PASS Summit again this year,” said Doug Leland, general manager of product management for SQL Server. “From the keynotes, fifty-plus technical sessions, and SQL Server Clinic to hands-on labs, discounted onsite certifications, and Chalk Talks with the developers who built SQL Server, we are looking forward to helping share the PASS experience with SQL Server and BI community members around the world through PASS TV.”
PASS Summit 2012’s live-streamed sessions will all take place in Room 6E; the schedule, more PASS TV programming information, and streaming links are available from the conference website at www.sqlpass.org/summit.
PASS is an independent, not-for-profit association dedicated to supporting, educating, and promoting the global Microsoft SQL Server and Business Intelligence community. From local user groups and virtual chapters to webcasts and the annual PASS Summit, PASS enables knowledge sharing, in-depth learning, access to the Microsoft SQL Server team, and the ability to influence the direction of SQL Server technologies. For more information, visit the PASS Web site at http://www.sqlpass.org.
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