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Nacho Mama’s Training Class

That is what I wanted to name the new training series that we developed at my employer, Perpetual Technologies (PTI.net). Unfortunately, I couldn’t convince anyone to change their name to Nacho Mama, but I digress…

On August 22 and August 23, PTI is offering a two day workshop on SQL Server Performance and Troubleshooting. You can read more about it here as well as download a flier to share with your co-workers and friends.

I will be delivering three of the modules – “SQL Server Performance Analysis”, “Indexing for Performance”, and “Locks, Blocks, and Deadlocks”. Hope Foley (blog | twitter) will be delivering three modules – “SQL Instance Configuration”, “Basics of Database Maintenance” and “System Performance Analysis”. Arie (AJ) Jones (blog | twitter) will be delivering two of the modules – “Index Overview” and “Query Execution Plans”.

We’ve written original content for these sessions – all of it based upon experience from the front lines as we work with SQL Server on a daily basis. These couple of days promise to be exciting and full of SQL Server goodness.

If you are interested, you can get registration info here.

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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