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Speaking at SQL Saturday 122 - Louisville

It has been a great couple of months for both me and for Perpetual Technologies (my employer). PTI has been able to sponsor several SQL Saturday events and we have had several members of the Microsoft team speak at numerous events.

I've been granted the pleasure to speak at SQL Saturday 122 in Louisville - just a couple hours south of home. I'll be speaking on some of the new features in SQL Server 2012 that relate to T-SQL. I'll be touching on some of the new .NET functions that are now built in to the engine, new ways to do error control, and wrapping up with some of the awesome windows functions introduced in T-SQL 2012. You can read the abstract here.

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Look forward to seeing you there!

About Kyle Neier
Husband of a magnificent woman, father of 5, SQL Server geek, IndyPASS Vice President and Food Guy, DBA automation zealot, amateur Powershell evangelist. Follow Me on Twitter

Kyle Neier

Kyle has been working with computers professionally since 1995 in both a development and administrative capacity. For over 10 of those years, SQL Server has been the focus of both a professional and personal passion. Kyle has worked in online retail, manufacturing, EMR software, and pharmaceutical industries. Kyle joined PTI in 2011 as a Senior Microsoft Consultant where he continues to chase his passion of automating DBA processes and doing everything humanly possible to prevent the 0200 page. Kyle serves as the Vice-President of the Indianapolis chapter of PASS (www.indypass.org) and served on the committee to bring SQL Saturday to Indianapolis. He shares his passion for SQL Server with others through speaking and mentoring at local and regional events.


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