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I’m Speaking! Quad Cities PASS User Group

I always have a special place in my heart for the SQL Server user groups of the mid-west.  I ran the Omaha chapter for several years so there’s a special fondness for groups in the surrounding areas of Nebraska that provide training & networking for their communities.  Don’t get me wrong, if a user group anywhere wants me to speak, I’m more than happy to do so if my schedule allows.  If a group from Nebraska or Iowa asks, I’ll make that happen.

With that said, when the Quad Cities PASS User group asked me to speak, I absolutely said yes.  So tonight,  Thursday August 9th, 2017, at 6/7PM (CST/EST) I’ll be doing a remote presentation for the group.  It’s one of my favorite sessions to present and I’m really looking forward to it!

Only You Can Prevent Database Fires!

firefightingDo you find yourself constantly putting out “fires”? Can’t take anymore heat in the data center? We as DBAs can easily become burnt out with dealing with these daily blazes. Wouldn’t it be grand to learn how to prevent these fires from scorching us to begin with? In this session, we will jump into things you can start implementing as “fire prevention” to stop the “fire fighting”.  We will talk about several things that you can take back to your shop and put into action easily ranging from code tuning, backup maintenance, monitoring and performance tuning!

If you are in the area, please make sure to RSVP so that the organizers have an accurate head count for food!!

See you tonight virtually!

© 2017, John Morehouse. All rights reserved.

John Morehouse | Sqlrus.com

John Morehouse is currently a Database Architect with Farm Credit Mid-America out of Louisville, KY. He is a blogger, avid tweeter, and a frequent speaker at SQL Saturday's as well as other conferences. He is also heavily involved with the Professional Association of SQL Server (PASS). In his spare time, you can usually find John reading up on SQL Server topics as well as chasing his two boys around the house.


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