By now hopefully you have already seen the week long SQL Server 2012 class that I’m teaching March 19th-22nd, 2012 in Los Angeles, CA.  Well now I’m giving you a chance to win a free ticket to this great 4 day training class.

The Rules

From the time this blog post is published until 6pm Monday February 10th, 2012 (pacific time) publish a blog post which links back to this post.  The blog post that you publish needs to tell about your plans for SQL Server 2012, and how this class will help make your deployment of SQL Server 2012 easier to complete.  For your blog entry to count I need to be notified of the blog post.  A link back to this post, or a comment which includes a link to your blog post, or an email to me is fine.

If you don’t have a blog feel free to post your entry as a comment to this blog post.

(Don’t forget that I’ll need to be able to find some way to contact you, so you’ll need a contact me link or a way for me to comment on your blog if you are the winner.)

The Prize

1st prize: A complementary ticket to the class.

2nd prize: $600 off the cost of a ticket to the class.

3nd prize: $300 off the cost of a ticket to the class.

(Prizes can not be combined with other discount codes.  Prize does not include airfare, hotel, or ground transportation.)

How the winners will be picked

The winners will be selected based on which posts I feel have the best story and that I find the most entertaining.  My decision is final.

The Legal Stuff

The contest is open to anyone who can legally accept the prize.  The prize has no cash value, and can not be exchanged for cash or substituted for another prize or award.  Prize winner is responsible for any travel costs associated with accepting the prize.

I look forward to reading your plans for SQL Server 2012.

Good luck, and start writing!

Denny

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