SQL Server 2012 Developer Training Kit

The SQL Server 2012 Developer Training Kit has been updated with a bunch of new content (download it here via the web installer).  New and updated content will be released periodically and can be downloaded on-demand using the Web Installer.  This update includes eleven new hands-on labs covering Integration Services, the Semantic Model and Power View.  Roger Doherty posted a complete list of the content available in the training kit including what’s new or updated.  Check it out at New SQL Server 2012 Labs and Presentations Available.

In all there are 25 labs, demos, and presentations.  It’s a great way to learn about SQL Server 2012.

UPDATE: The kit is periodically updated and there are now 75 labs, demos, and presentations!

Additionally, if you do not want to download complete kit all together you can instead use the wiki. This wiki contains all the same presentations and demo notes which web installer contains:

Module 1: Introduction to SQL Server 2012
Module 2: Introduction to SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn
Module 3: Exploring and Managing SQL Server 2012 Database Engine Improvements
Module 4: SQL Server 2012 Database Server Programmability
Module 5: SQL Server 2012 Application Development
Module 6: SQL Server 2012 Enterprise Information Management
Module 7: SQL Server 2012 Business Intelligence
Hands-On Labs: SQL Server 2012 Database Engine
Hands-On Labs: Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0
Hands-On Labs: SQL Server 2012 Enterprise Information Management
Hands-On Labs: SQL Server 2012 Business Intelligence
Hands-On LabsHands-On Labs: Windows Azure and SQL Azure

More info:

SQL Server 2012 Developer Training Kit Content (en-US)

About James Serra

James is SQL Server MVP and a independent consultant with the title of Business Intelligence/Data Warehouse/Master Data Management Architect and Developer, specializing in the Microsoft SQL Server BI stack.
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