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Tonight: NYC Metro User Group Presents Kimberly L. Tripp & Jonathan Kehayias

By Robert Pearl, 2014/02/25

 Tonight: The NYC Metro User Group Presents Kimberly L. Tripp (blog) and Jonathan Kehayias (blog)!

Let's welcome them to NYC!  Now at the NEW NYC Microsoft HQ (see below)

It's time to get some SQLSkills, Big Apple Style!  Just bringing you an update on this special presentation brought to you by the NYC Metro SQL User Group - one night only! Please see below the details, and how to register, if you're in the NYC area and a SQL Server/.NET Professional!

Hope you are all doing ok in this cold weather. We are finally ready to get back together again in the new Microsoft Offices at 11 Times Square (West 41st and 8th Avenue). Please join on on Tuesday (yes, Tuesday not Thursday) February 25th at 6:30 PM (yes, not 6:00, the presentation will actually start at 7:00 but pizza etc will be there at 6:30) for a special presentation by Kimberly Tripp and Jonathan Kehayias. Please make sure to REGISTER by clicking the link!  The full abstract and agenda is below.

Groups/Target Audience: SQL Server and .NET User Groups, anyone that works with SQL Server that wants to talk techie on Tuesday night

Presenters: Kimberly L. Tripp & Jonathan Kehayias,

Abstract: Our title seems strange but it runs across multiple themes. First we’ll take a look at Service Broker in SQL Server and how it can extend service oriented architectures into the data tier with asynchronous message processing. As for the other theme, database developers, DBAs, architects – don’t always talk to each other. In this evening session, we’ll cover a mix of really interesting topics that help bridge the gap across these disciplines. Reading plans and understanding plans with Plan Explorer (both the free and the Pro versions will be discussed) – this is something everyone should be able to do. And, we’ll raffle off a PE Pro Edition (thanks SQL Sentry) in addition to talking about the FREE Plan Explorer. Then, we’ll dive into statement execution methods and plan cache. Different coding strategies on our servers can have a profound effect on both cache and performance. But, how can you write more effective code that takes less caching and has better plans? Some of this content comes from a newly released Pluralsight course titled: SQL Server – Optimizing Ad Hoc Statement Performance and for those of you that attend – Pluralsight will give you a monthly trial. And, we’ll also raffle off two Annual Plus subscriptions (thanks Pluralsight)!
How can we all just get along? Come to this fast-paced, demo-packed session led by industry-experts Kimberly L. Tripp and Jonathan Kehayias of SQLskills. And, after the presentation, Kimberly, Jonathan, and Paul Randal (also of SQLskills) will hang out for an open Q&A on almost-anything-SQL. We’ll post a list of topics and open up the floor!

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