Much of the day is dedicated to Business Intelligence and has some top notch guest speakers - Simon Sabin, world renowned database author Mark Whitehorn, MDX and OLAP expert Chris Webb, Keith Burns and Thomas Kejser from Microsoft, and Tony Rogerson (MVP) to name but a few.
If you want to check out the sessions, click here.
For those wanting to make a weekend of it and include some sightseeing, SQLBits has arranged a special promotional offer with the Park Plaza Hotel. This brand new hotel has only just opened and is a five minute walk away over the River Thames via Westminster Bridge.
Plus, the conference venue is also very close to two great Fuller’s pubs, The Sanctuary House Hotel in Tothill Street and The Red Lion in Parliament Street, a stone’s throw from Downing Street.
And if that’s not enough, there’s a prize draw for tickets to the PASS European Summit, and the PASS Summit, worth $1,995.
All in all, it promises to be a great conference in an easy to reach location. Certainly if it’s as good as SQLBits V, and you’re interested in SQL Server, you should try to be there. SQL Server Club will as usual be Tweeting events as they happen.
SQLBits VI will be held on 16th April 2010. The venue is the Church House Conference Centre, London, opposite Westminster Abbey, a two minute walk from the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Registration and entry is free, and available now at www.sqlbits.com.