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SQL Server Locking Internals
A solid understanding of Locks and Concurrency is critical whether you are a Database Administrator, Developer or Architect. In this session, Amit will demystify the locking and concurrency behavior of SQL Server. This is going to be a demo heavy session and you can apply your learnings in your day to day dealing with SQL Server.

Amit Bansal
(Peopleware India)

February 21, 2011 (Tuesday)
3 pm to 4 pm IST

Note: The webcast will start sharp at 3 pm IST

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