Well, they're baack in the City! Coming this Thursday April 4, 2013 to the Big Apple, hosted by the NYC Metro SQL Server User Group - a spectacular special sql treat that is sure to be a real tripp. (No, I did not misspell tripP :) In fact, if you are lucky enough to attend this excellent event, you’ll probably be In Recovery for a while.
OK, so if you haven’t figured out my corny word play, NYC is happy to bring you the dynamic duo of SQLSkills, the Dean of DBCC, and his even more awesome partner and wife (I’m sure he’ll agree on this), Kimberly Tripp will grace the skyline with their not to be missed user group presentation, Making SQL Server Faster: Four of the Most Misunderstood Topics.
If there’s anybody that anybody who knows how to make your SQL Server run faster, it’s definitely Kimberly an Paul! These are the masters of the SQL Universe, and we are proud to have a special presentation from Paul Randal and Kimberly Tripp this coming April 4, 2013 at 6:30 PM at the Microsoft Offices on the 6th Floor at 1290 6th Avenue.
Now, it’s pretty short notice, so hurry to register for this fantabulous event ASAP! Seating is limited so if you are or plan to be in the area, REGISTER NOW!
Here are the meeting details, that you will find at the event page:
Making SQL Server Faster: Four of the Most Misunderstood Topics
SQL Server doesn’t have a /FASTER switch, but there are a lot of areas where understanding what’s happening and taking corrective action can help SQL Server process your workload faster, without requiring better hardware. In this session, SQL Server experts Paul and Kimberly from SQLskills.com will discuss four of the most misunderstood areas of SQL Server. Paul will explain wait statistics and exactly how to deal with CXPACKET waits, plus the lesser known effects of index fragmentation and why you always need to care, even when using Solid State Disks. Kimberly will show you multiple interesting reasons why SQL Server won’t use your indexes and how to fix these problems using better indexing strategies and filtered statistics. Come along and learn a new trick or two (or four!).Hope to see you there! No sheep allowed ;-P
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