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SSW Update - Adam Cogan presenting in all states this week
+ User Group one week late (25th February)

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SSW Tech Breakfast XML Web Services in .NET
Web Services provide a rich set of components that communicate using standard Internet protocols and will become key building blocks for the next generation of both Microsoft Windows or web-based applications. See how to speed your development by plugging Web Services into your own application development projects. In this interactive session led by Dr Neil Roodyn and Adam Cogan, you'll take away a finer understanding of how Web Services can change your future application development.
Friday 27th February.  8:00am - 11:00am at SSW
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SSW Tech Breakfast
Combining Exchange Data, SQL Data and SQL Reporting Services
Come see a code packed session that will show how to extend the out-of-the box features of Reporting Services. Everyone who has an Exchange Server 2000/2003 should be reporting on it but nobody does. Following this, we will explore the creation of a real Reporting Services solution. You will learn about the important issues of security, data access, rendering, and delivery. We will also discuss the deployment issues of an application that requires Reporting Services. Sample code is provided so you can use this useful solution.
Friday 26th March.
8:00am - 11:00am at SSW
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The Cutting Edge

G'day Developers!
Microsoft has recently launched, Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services. Be among the first to learn how this powerful new reporting platform will change the landscape of enterprise reporting when resident SQL guru Adam Cogan makes his national tour between the 13th and 25th of February. More on dates and locations
Cheers until next time, Adam
SSW Chief Architect and Microsoft Regional Director, Australia
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Sydney .NET User Group - The best place to learn .NET for free in Sydney

Sydney .NET User Group  One week late this month (25th February)
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Due to Adam's whirlwind Australia-wide tour presenting for Microsoft on SQL Server Reporting Services, the user group has had to be postponed by one week. On the plus side, this means that we've been able to combine the User Group with Adam's Reporting Services Presentation at Microsoft on Wed 25th. Hope you can all make it! Please note that this week we will be taking registrations from 6:00pm, and aiming for a 6:30 start.

Wednesday 25th February. 6:00 pm at Microsoft, 1 Epping Road North Ryde
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SSW Software Audit

Companies from across the globe have been taking advantage of SSW's software Audit Services. The common message that is received from clients is that getting their software built in-house can sometimes lead to a failure to identify design flaws and architectural insufficiencies. They need an unbiased second opinion from a knowledgeable source that can make recommendations to improve the quality of their software. More on SSW software audits

New Product - SSW SQL Auditor

SSW SQL Deploy Database Deployment Software for SQL Server and MSDE

Maintaining consistent quality code across a large team can be a challenge. Even when standards are in place, Developers can make mistakes that will slip through Quality Assurance. SQL Auditor is a part of the range of database tools designed by SSW to help to check best practice standards and optimize SQL Server performance. It was developed to assist in performance tuning in SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 7.0 by performing a SQL Server audit on your database. It allows Developers to check their database design against common SQL Server design rules and report on the elements that do not conform to those rules.  More on SSW SQL Auditor


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