SQLSaturday NYC Coming August 4th

 

SQLSaturday NYC #158

The NYC SQL Saturday event #158 will be taking place on Saturday August 4th in the Microsoft NYC Office at 1290 Avenue of the Americas.  This much anticipated event features many prominent SQL Server community speakers, MVP’s and vendors, so this is a must-attend event for anyone who works with or is interested in learning more about SQL Server.

To Quote another Blog I recently read 48 amazing sessions by some of the most respected people in the SQL Server community.  I have my ticket, hope to see you there”

More information on the event and the link to register can be found off of the SQL Saturday website located here.

SQLSaturday NYC Event Schedule

Track    Starts    Session Title    Speaker
Track 1    08:30 AM    Kickoff / Keynote    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 1    09:00 AM    Microsoft’s Big Play for Big Data    Andrew Brust
Track 1    10:15 AM    SQL Server Internals & Architecture    Kevin Kline
Track 1    11:30 AM    Lunch Break    SQLSaturday 158
Track 1    12:30 PM    SQL Azure – What is it and why do I need it?    Scott Klein
Track 1    01:45 PM    SQL Azure Scalability with Federations    Scott Klein
Track 1    03:00 PM    Designing an SSIS Framework    Andy Leonard
Track 1    04:15 PM    Loading the Cloud    Andy Leonard
Track 1    5:30 PM    Closing / Prizes    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 2    08:30 AM    Kickoff / Keynote    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 2    09:00 AM    Performance Tuning SQL Server Integration Services    Brian Knight
Track 2    10:15 AM    Data Cleansing with SSIS 2012    Brian Knight
Track 2    11:30 AM    Lunch Break    SQLSaturday 158
Track 2    12:30 PM    Building Faster SQL Servers    Brent Ozar
Track 2    01:45 PM    Real-Life SQL 2012 Availability Group Deployments    Brent Ozar
Track 2    03:00 PM    What’s new in SQL Server 2012 – from A to Z    Kevin Goff
Track 2    04:15 PM    SQL Server 2012 Columnstore index    Kevin Goff
Track 2    5:30 PM    Closing / Prizes    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 3    08:30 AM    Kickoff / Keynote    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 3    09:00 AM    Programming T-SQL Enhancements in SQL Server 2012    Leonard Lobel
Track 3    10:15 AM    Introducing SQL Server Data Tools    Leonard Lobel
Track 3    11:30 AM    Lunch Break    SQLSaturday 158
Track 3    12:30 PM    Much Ado about Indexes – Tips, Tricks and Tuning..    Robert Pearl
Track 3    01:45 PM    Alright,WHY is the server REALLY running so slow!    Steve Simon
Track 3    03:00 PM    But it worked great in Dev! Perfomance for Devs    Randy Knight
Track 3    04:15 PM    What’s Buried in the Plan Cache?    Christina Leo
Track 3    5:30 PM    Closing / Prizes    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 4    08:30 AM    Kickoff / Keynote    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 4    09:00 AM    Virtualizing Tier-1 SQL Server Databases On VMware    Michael Corey
Track 4    10:15 AM    Hadoop and its Ecosystem Components in Action    Andrew Brust
Track 4    11:30 AM    Lunch Break    SQLSaturday 158
Track 4    12:30 PM    Moves like Jagger – Upgrading to SQL Server 2012    Mark Broadbent
Track 4    01:45 PM    READPAST & Furious-Transactions.Locking.Isolation.    Mark Broadbent
Track 4    03:00 PM    How Not to Be a Cranky DBA    Mike Hillwig
Track 4    04:15 PM    SQL Server Dos and Don’ts: Keys to DBA Nirvana    Allan Hirt
Track 4    5:30 PM    Closing / Prizes    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 5    08:30 AM    Kickoff / Keynote    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 5    09:00 AM    Replicaton Technologies    Hilary Cotter
Track 5    10:15 AM    Temporal Fact Tables: The Road Less Traveled    Martin Schoombee
Track 5    11:30 AM    Lunch Break    SQLSaturday 158
Track 5    12:30 PM    Get-PowerShell | Get-SQLServer    SB Chatterjee
Track 5    01:45 PM    Real World Integration Services: Excel Spreadsheet    Todd McDermid
Track 5    03:00 PM    Mastering Date-Time Based Analysis in DAX    Dan Clark
Track 5    04:15 PM    Full Text Indexing Basics    John Miner
Track 5    5:30 PM    Closing / Prizes    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 6    08:30 AM    Kickoff / Keynote    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 6    09:00 AM    Without A SQLTrace – Getting To Know Extended Even    AJ Mendo
Track 6    10:15 AM    Seven SQL Agent Jobs You Should be Running    Mike Hillwig
Track 6    11:30 AM    Lunch Break    SQLSaturday 158
Track 6    12:30 PM    Introduction to Data Quality Services    Marc Jellinek
Track 6    01:45 PM    Shred SQL Server XML.    Alex Grinberg
Track 6    03:00 PM    Running SQL Server on Solid State Drives    Linchi Shea
Track 6    04:15 PM    Enriching Applications with SSAS Data Mining    Peter Myers
Track 6    5:30 PM    Closing / Prizes    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 7    08:30 AM    Kickoff / Keynote    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 7    09:00 AM    Writing Faster Stored Procedures and Functions    Andy Novick
Track 7    10:15 AM    I Got Your Back (Up)…    Mark Swofford
Track 7    11:30 AM    Lunch Break    SQLSaturday 158
Track 7    12:30 PM    Team Management Fundamentals    Kevin Kline
Track 7    01:45 PM    Advanced Charting Techniques in SSRS    Jason Thomas
Track 7    03:00 PM    Slowly changing dimensions- an integrated approach    Mark Stacey
Track 7    04:15 PM    SSAS 2012 Tabular vs. Multidimensional    William E. Pearson III
Track 7    5:30 PM    Closing / Prizes    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 8    08:30 AM    Kickoff / Keynote    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday
Track 8    09:00 AM    SQL 2012 Error Handling. Pick your Destiny    Rick Morelan
Track 8    10:15 AM    (SQL,SSIS,MDS) Adv Fuzzy Matching Roll Your Own    Ira Whiteside
Track 8    11:30 AM    Lunch Break    SQLSaturday 158
Track 8    12:30 PM    Creating a Performance Baseline for SQL Server    Ron Johnson
Track 8    01:45 PM    Surviving Your Peak Database Load    Ben DeBow
Track 8    03:00 PM    Know Backups and Know Recovery    Tim Radney
Track 8    04:15 PM    Deploying SQL Server 2012 Multi-site Clusters    Edwin Sarmiento
Track 8    5:30 PM    Closing / Prizes    SQL Saturday SQL Saturday

 

My Soap Box

These events are a must attend for anyone who is serious about there careers in the SQL Server Community. They feature a full day of free training taught my some of the best in the industry. I have attended a number of these over the years. They are awesome.  My own talk is being co-presented by Jeff Szastak from VMware. One of the true experts on SQL Server within VMware.

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Not only do you get some great tech talk you get to go to one of the greatest cities in the world. On top of that all the speakers are very approachable. I have made a number of good friends at these events over the years. I wish when I was active on the PASS board I had thought of this. I don’t know who did, but who ever did, it’s a truly awesome event.

If you had to pay for this training, it would be priceless. Yet the price of admission is giving up a Saturday.  A very fair tradeoff if you asked my opinion.  Look forward to seeing you there.

My presentation with Jeff Szastak will be on SQLServer and doing it right on VMware.

Michael Corey

Founder & CEO, Ntirety

www.ntirety.com

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