New SQL Server 2012 “Denali” Advanced Courses from QuickStart

New SQL Server 2012 “Denali” Advanced Courses from QuickStart

Irvine : CA : USA | Jan 25, 2012 at 2:33 AM PST
Source: PRWeb
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January 25, 2012

Microsoft SQL Server 2012, the next-generation Microsoft relational database formerly referred to as “Denali” and currently available as a Release Candidate is scheduled for general release sometime during the first half of this year. To help database professionals better prepare for the new release, QuickStart Intelligence, the largest Microsoft Gold Learning Partner in the western United States, has introduced a series of two new SQL Server 2012 Courses and three Advanced SQL Server Courses covering the key aspects of implementation, utilization and support from data warehouse implementation to modeling and reporting, analysis and integration.

Speaking at an October meeting of the Professional Association for SQL Server, Microsoft Corporate Vice President Ted Kummert stated that, “The next frontier is all about uniting the power of the cloud with the power of data to gain insights that simply weren’t possible even just a few years ago. QuickStart Intelligence, headquartered in Irvine, CA, is a leading provider of IT training solutions with locations throughout the Western United States. For 23 years, over 200,000 IT professionals throughout the world have come to QuickStart as their source for IT technical and developer training. One of the largest privately held Microsoft Gold Learning Partners in the United States, QuickStart Intelligence has been recognized for an unprecedented three times as Microsoft's Worldwide Partner of the Year in Learning Solutions. For more information, visit


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