Conferences - Category Archive
The following is a list of all entries from the Conferences category.
If you are attending SQL Server Connections this week in Las Vegas, be sure to attend some of the sessions at the SQLServerCentral.com track to be held on Wednesday, November 3 and Thursday, November 4. The SQLServerCentral.com track includes four speakers presenting a total of nine different session. If you recognize any of the following ...read more
Looking for some free SQL Server training? How about 24 hours of free training offered by some of the top SQL Server experts in the world? If so, sign up for the upcoming 24 Hours of PASS live webcasts to be held September 15-16, 2010. It’s your opportunity to continue and broaden your SQL Server ...read more
Where can you spend $100 and get three full days of technical training? devLINK of course. devLINK 2010 was held this past week in Nashville (August 5-7), and had 800 registered attendees. There were over 150 session in 10 different tracks, with 71 different speakers. While the focus of the event was more towards developers, ...read more
November will be a busy time of the year for many SQL Server DBAs as they head off to the PASS Community Summit (November 8-11) or SQL Server Connections (November 1-5) for training. One of the things I have noticed, after attending the PASS Summit for 9 years now, and SQL Server Connections for 4 ...read more
In August, I will be presenting at the following events: DevLINK, August 5-7, 2010 How and When to Use Indexed Views Identifying SQL Server Performance Problems Using SQL Trace Essential DBA Skills: Introduction to Graphical Execution Plans St. Louis SQL Server Users Group, August 11, 2010 Identifying SQL Server Performance Problems Using SQL Trace Essential ...read more
SQLBits—The 7 Wonders of SQL Conference—will be held in York, England, September 30 through October 2, 2010. SQLBits is the largest SQL Server conference held in Europe, and this three-day event will be held at York University, allowing up to 500 SQL Server professionals to attend.
TechEd is finally over, and I have been overwhelmed by attending 20 different sessions over the last four days. As with any conference I attend, my head is swimming with a lot of new information that I hope I can retain over the long term.
Today I attended four regular sessions, plus a special lunch session for Microsoft MVPs. The sessions I attended varied a lot in quality, although there were two sessions that stood out. Both of these sessions were by the same speaker, Sunil Agarwal, a Program Manager in the Microsoft SQL Server Storage Engine Group. His first ...read more