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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.

SQL Saturday 122: T-SQL 2012 presentation

This last weekend, I had the pleasure of being invited down to Louisville, KY to speak at SQL Saturday #122. The volunteers there chose to have me speak on some of the new features of SQL Server 2012 T-SQL.

I barely fit everything in the session ā€“ finishing up just as time was over. I was unable to give the windowing functions the time they deserved as one of the coolest features of T-SQL 2012. However, most of the demos worked and it seemed that the audience understood what I was trying to communicate and participated quite well. I had a blast hanging out with Jack Corbett (@unclebiguns), Eddie Wuerch (@EddieW), Craig Purnell (@CraigPurnell) and several other SQL Server experts.

Iā€™ve uploaded the script files to the SQL Saturday website if you want to go through any of the demos for yourself.

Please feel free to hit me up with questions both here and on Twitter.

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

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