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SQL Saturday #192 - Tampa

By Press Release,

Come to SQL Saturday #192 on March 2, 2013 in Tampa, FL

Join us at SQL Saturday in Tampa, a free training event for SQL Server professionals. This event will be held Mar 2, 2013 at 2112 N 15th Street, Tampa, FL 33605. Admittance to this event is free, but we do charge a lunch fee of 10.00 so that we can provide a lunch - not pizza! Please register soon as seating is limited, and let friends and colleages know about the event.

New this year: we are moving to HCC. We have been experiencing growing pains at K-Force. They have been gracious in hosting us for the last 4 years - but we needed some elbow room. Bring your walking shoes because parking is not as convenient - but the spaces are great! HCC is hosting our rooms at no charge - so kudos to HCC! Register today to join the fun.

Sessions have been selected! Please see list below the pre-cons.

For the DBAs

SQL Server Internals from the practical angle by Dmitri Korotkevitch

The session covers how SQL Server stores the data and works with indexes; how to design efficient indexing strategies; how different database objects types implemented internally and what are pros and cons of them; explains why do we have locking and blocking in the system and how to deal with concurrency issues and, finally, shows a few methods that can help with performance troubleshooting of the system.

For the BI enthusiasts

Taking the Next Step with Reporting Services by Jessica Moss

In this full day session, Jessica teaches you how to enhance your basic reports to make them more appealing, flexible, and user-friendly.  You will learn how to create advanced reports using expressions and actions, and finally, you will learn how to use best practices to administer your reporting solution with ease.  Jessica's extensive industry experience will be apparent as she shares best practices and case studies while improving the AdventureWorks sample reports as her examples.

For Professional Development

Creating Your Best Technical Presentation: A Speaker Workshop by Buck Woody

This is a workshop-style session. That means that each attendee will be required to prepare and deliver a mini-session that will be refined throughout the day. Laptops and Internet Connectivity is required. This is very hands on - so rgistrations on tis session are very limited.

Register today to assure your seat!


Session Title

Michael Antonovich

Hello, My Name is DAX

Bradley Ball

SQL Internals , Recovery Models, and Backups! OH MY

Robert Biddle

Process Automation with SSIS

Guillermo Caicedo

Power View & Reporting Enhancements in SQL Server 2012

Jose Chinchilla

PowerPivot+Powerview=Self-service BI Revolution

Chad Churchwell

Designing An Efficient Replication Topology

Ron Dameron

Sysadmin not always required...

Joseph D'Antoni

SQL 2012 -- All About HA and DR

David Dye

Dealing With Errors in SSIS 2012

Brian Flynn

Pivoting Performance Data & Pinpointing Problems

Russell Fustino

Building a Windows 8 app from scratch

Jeffrey Garbus

Indexing for Join Optimization

Jeffrey Garbus

Indexing for performance

Janis Griffin

Extend Your Knowledge with Extended Events!

Jonathan Kehayias

Free Tools for the DBA

Jonathan Kehayias

Performance Tuning by Digging into the Plan Cache

Jonathan Kehayias

Successfully Virtualizing SQL Server in Production

Scott Klein

Kung Fu Migration to Windows Azure SQL Database

Dmitri Korotkevitch

It's MINE - Intro into locking in SQL Server

Dmitri Korotkevitch

It's THEIRS - Locking - a step further

James McAuliffe

Database Projects: A Walk Around SQL Server Database Tools

Brian K McDonald

Reporting Services Deep Dive

Arvin Meyer

The Database Creation Process

Stacia Misner

(Way Too Much) Fun with Reporting Services

Stacia Misner

A Big Data Primer

Jessica Moss

Exploring your Data with Power View

Aaron Nelson

PowerShell for Data Professionals

Benjamin Nevarez

Top Query Optimizer Topics for Better Performance

Jorge Novo

SQL Automation Using SSIS

Lena Pavlyuk

Report Builder: Reports made Easy

Mitchell Pearson

Building your first SSIS package made easy

Christopher Price

Building a SSIS Business Rules Engine

Brook Ranne

Reporting 101

Jose L. Rivera

Predictive Analytics at your fingertips

Richie Rump

New T-SQL features in SQL Server 2012

Dustin Ryan

MDXplosion! Intro To MDX

Jorge Segarra

What is a BI DBA?

Max Trinidad

Extend your T-SQL scripting with PowerShell

Kendal Van Dyke

Using PowerShell To Document Your SQL Environment

Rob Volk

SQL Server: The Undiscovered Country

Andy Warren

Building Your Professional Development Plan

Ed Watson

Backups: Getting the Most Out of Your Storage

John Welch

Moving Big Data - SSIS, Pig, and Sqoop

John Welch

Tuning Analysis Services Processing Performance

Eddie Wuerch

Partitioning for Perf & Management of Large Tables

Be sure to Register soon.

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