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Klaus Aschenbrenner

Klaus Aschenbrenner provides independent SQL Server Consulting Services across Europe and the US. Klaus works with the .NET Framework and especially with the SQL Server 2005/2008 from the very beginnings. In the years 2004 - 2005 Klaus was entitled with the MVP award from Microsoft for his tremendous support in the .NET Community. Klaus has also written the book Pro SQL Server 2008 Service Broker which was published by Apress in the Summer of 2008. Further information about Klaus you can find on his homepage at http://www.SQLpassion.at. He also twitters at http://twitter.com/Aschenbrenner.

My upcoming speaking engagements

A few days ago I had an interesting conversation on Twitter about my upcoming speaking engagements. I really realized at this time that I have a lot of different SQL Server conferences in my pipeline where I'm speaking over the next months. Here are the conferences where you can meet me, and talk about SQL Server related topics.

  • September 12 - 14, London/United Kingdom:
    I'm doing my own "Advanced SQL Server Performance Troubleshooting Workshop", which is aimed for the senior DBA/DEV with experienced know-how in SQL Server. You can find further information about the workshop at http://www.csharp.at/events.html where you can also place your registration. If you are registering by the end of this month, you will get a discount of GBP 200!
  • September 23, Solid Quality Summit, Budapest/Hungary, http://www.sqlu.com
    I'm doing 3 sessions about SQL Server performance troubleshooting (what else?). I'm talking about Database Internals (yes, that's THE session from SQLbits 8 J), Troubleshooting TempDb Performance, and Advanced SQL Server Performance Troubleshooting Techniques
  • September 26 – 28, Vienna/Austria
    I'm doing again my own "Advanced SQL Server Performance Troubleshooting Workshop" in Vienna, which is again aimed for the senior DBA/DEV. I'm also able to give you a EUR 100 discount, if you register by the end of this month at http://www.csharp.at/events.html
  • September 29, SQLdays, Rosenheim/Germany, http://www.sqldays.net
    SQLdays is a nice and niche SQL Server conference in South Germany (in Bavaria) where they have really good beer J. I'm again doing 3 performance troubleshooting sessions about "Maintaining VLDBs", "Troubleshooting TempDb", and "Advanced SQL Server 2008 Troubleshooting Techniques".
  • September 30 – October 1, SQLbits 9, Liverpool/United Kingdom, http://www.sqlbits.com
    I've submitted several advanced sessions about troubleshooting SQL Server related performance problems. I don't know if I can speak, but I'm speaking regularly the last years, so if I get accepted, I will be of course there!
  • October 10 – 14, SQLPASS, Seattle/USA, http://www.sqlpass.com
    That's the really great one! I'm speaking at the SQLPASS Community Summit regularly since 2006 (expect 2008 because of personal reasons), so this is now my 5th contribution to the best SQL Server conference on earth! I was one of the first European speakers that got a spotlight session in 2007! I'm again doing my famous session about "Advanced SQL Server Troubleshooting Techniques".
  • November 7 – 9, Zurich/Switzerland
    I'm doing my own "SQL Server Performance Tuning & Troubleshooting Workshop" in Zurich/Switzerland, which is aimed for professional DBAs/DEVs. This workshop is very new, because I've announced it yesterday evening J. You can find further information about the workshop at http://www.csharp.at/events.html
  • November 10, TBD
    On November 10 I'm speaking on another SQL Server conference in Europe, but at this time I'm not allowed to tell you any more things about it… ;-(

As you can see from this list, there a lot of opportunities, where you can meet me face-2-face and talk to me about SQL Server related topics. As you can also see I'm doing a lot in the area of performance tuning and troubleshooting. If you need help in these areas of SQL Server, don't hesitate to contact me.

The cool thing is that I'm doing my session about "Advanced SQL Server Troubleshooting Techniques" several times within the next months, so you can expect here a really awesome content. And trust me, this session will differ from everything you have seen in the past, I'm trying to deliver that session in a really new way with some fun for you!

See you soon & thanks for reading!

-Klaus

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