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QA to host free Microsoft seminars
QA are holding a series of free seminars designed to help its customers understand the new features of Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and Microsoft SQL Server 2005.
The SQL Server 2005 seminars will be delivered by Dandy Weyn and Anton Delsink in Swindon (8 February), London (9 February) and Edinburgh (10 February).
Weyn, consultant technologist at QA, said: "This is a great opportunity to understand the many new developments in SQL Server 2005. The seminar takes you through the new features, including the new features for database developers and administrators, explaining how they benefit your business.
"The seminars aim to give a strong overview of the technology, allowing you to maximise your time and focus on the real-world application of the technology."
The Visual Studio 2005 seminars take place in Edinburgh (9 February), London (15 February) and Swindon (16 February). The seminars will be delivered by Darren Burford and Paul Besly.
Burford sees the Visual Studio 2005 seminars as an important opportunity to understand all the technology has to offer: "Although ASP.NET is the most well-known of the new developments, it's not the only thing to have been radically enhanced in .NET 2.0. There are plenty of other things to interest developers in general, and we're going to be looking at some of the new tools available for architects and testers."
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