My head may very well explode. I was done some tuning today and glanced at the Outlook new mail notification. At first I thought it was spam and then I did a double take.
It’s been a while since I’ve done a SQL Saturday and I’m happy to be joining the folks in Orlando again this year. I spoke there a couple years ago and had a great time so I’m sure this will not disappoint.
If you happen to be headed to the Orlando, FL area in October, you’ll want to check out this totally FREE SQL Server training event. There are a lot of great speakers and plenty of awesome topics!
For more details check out my session here:
A DBA’s guide to whole stack performance troubleshooting
and the SQL Saturday Orlando schedule here:
I hope to see you there!
It’s always been my dream to speak at SQL PASS Summit. It’s a tough egg to crack. In my experience the abstract process is a true pain. I submit each year and the feedback on my abstracts has not been all that helpful.
This will be my second time speaking at SQL Saturday in Dallas. My first was last year and it was a great time. I enjoyed hanging out with all the attendees and speakers. Who wouldn’t want to have a chat with Kalen Delaney or Bob Ward? The Dallas edition of SQL Saturday is on 9/24 in Arlington at the University of Texas. Be sure to set the date I’m sure this will be a lot of fun and there will be plenty to learn!
My session is A DBA’s guide to whole stack performance troubleshooting. You’ll want to check this out.
You can register for this free event here: http://www.sqlsaturday.com/563/eventhome.aspx
This will be my first time speaking in Oklahoma on 8/27 in Oklahoma City. I’ve been to several customers there but have yet to meet people from the users groups.
My session is Analyze your query plan like a Microsoft Engineer! (SQL 2016 Edition). If you deal with tuning, monitoring, or developing queries for SQL Server, you’ll want to check this out.
You can register for this free event here: http://www.sqlsaturday.com/553/eventhome.aspx
San Antonio is such a great city with a lot to see and do, such as the Alamo and the river walk. I’m excited to be speaking at their very first SQL Saturday!!
If you’re in Louisiana or Texas this is one SQL Saturday you won’t want to miss. This annual event is one of the largest SQL Saturday events each year with over 600 actual attendees.