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Marc Beacom

Marc Beacom – MCTS (BI, Dev), Principal Architect and Owner at DawaBI, has over 15 years of technical and business experience. DawaBI focuses on Making Data-Driven Decisions Possible by delivering user friendly and scalable data warehouse and business intelligence solutions. Marc is an active volunteer within the community and currently is co-organizer of the Colorado GiveCamp, served a year as a PASS Regional Mentor and served five years on the leadership board for the Denver and Colorado Springs SQL Server User Groups.

Colorado Springs SQL Server Chapter - October 2012 Meeting

Colorado Springs SQL Server Chapter

Date:  October 17 at 5:30 pm

Location:  Hyatt Place - Garden of the Gods, 503 West Garden of the Gods Road, Colorado Springs, CO  80909

Main Session:  "The Accidental Programmer"

Presenter:  Jason Kassay

Program Summary:  Most people in the database world have heard of the term, "The Accidental DBA", those programmers who have to work with databases.  How about the other side of the coin?  What about DBA's and Dev's who have to write code or have to work closely with programmers?  This presentation is a best practices guide for working with SQL Server in a .Net environment.  You will learn how to recognize when bad code is written that interacts with the database, how to track it down, and most importantly how to fix it.  On top of that you will also receive an introduction to object oriented programming concepts such as data abstraction, encapsulation, tier architecture, and class objects so that you can better communicate with your programmers.

Presenter Bio:  Jason has been a software developer for over 10 years and currently works at EZFacility, providing scheduling, management, full-service billing, and membership solutions for the sports, health, and fitness industries.  He has worked primarily with .Net (C# and VB) and SQL Server as well as HTML, CSS, and Javascript.  When he is not coding or spending time with his awesome family, you will find him either running (to train for the zombie apocalypse) or stopping hockey pucks as a goaltender.

 

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