He's baack! If you missed the first presentation in March, due to inclement weather, and you are local, or in the NY/Central NJ area, come see Kevin S. Goff, June 10, 2015 @ 6:00PM TONIGHT!, in Iselin, NJ's Microsoft Office, hosted by the Central New Jersey SQL Server User's…
Below is the original article in its entirety, that was published on the Americas MVP Community Facebook page, on July 18th, with respect to SQLCommunity and the Nepal earthquakes back in April/May 2015.
Tomorrow Wednesday, August 12, 2015 at 6PM EDT, my friend and SQL MVP colleague, Edwin Sarmiento will be in town to deliver a great presentation to the Central New Jersey SQL Server User Group (CNJSSUG).
Details below, reproduced in this blog,
Architecting a SQL Server Availability Groups Topology
We have another great 1-DAY training workshop coming to New York City at MS NYC HQ 11 Times Square on August 27, 2015! It's not SQLinTheCity, but Red Gate Software will be in town with SQL MVP Ike Ellis (b|t) who will be hosting a Database… Read more
Coming this Saturday, upstate rules, the official capitol of New York State is #SQLSat386, in Albany! Check out their event home page for more details of speakers, sponsors, sessions, and registration. The event will be held at SUNY Albany Campus - Map, July 25, 2015 at SUNY Albany,… Read more
The PASS Performance Virtual Chapter’s 2015 Performance Palooza is tomorrow starting at 10AM Central Time! This event will feature presentations by John Sterrett, Warner Chaves, Andy Galbraith, Matan Yungman, Neil Hambly, Tim Mitchell, Trayce Jordan and Mike Fal. All sessions will be… Read more
Happy T-SQL Tuesday, July 14, 2015! (I have been time traveling, and now back on this continuum ;-) @SQLBek, Andy Yun, has launched his own “Just Say No” campaign, and that is in the form of this month’s terrific T-SQL Tuesday topic, #68, “Just Say No To… Read more
Kicking off the SQLSaturday#410 event down in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is the Pre-Con event Tune Like a Guru, by SQLGuru Kevin Boles, covering a wide array of topics that form the backbone of my SQL Server performance analysis and tuning work. As a long-time relational engine consultant Kevin has repeatedly found… Read more
June 13, 2015 - SQLSat379: Just wanted to make mention of the upcoming SQLSaturday#379 down in South Florida, it will be a hot sunny day, but what's so unusual about that? There will be a great event going on with an excellent line-up of speakers. See full schedule here.… Read more
Announcing my new book available in hard copy and eBook, HealthySQL - A Comprehensive Guide to Healthy SQL Server Performance, by Apress Publishers.
If you are a DBA, or anyone managing a SQL Server environment, then you will need to get this book. Please see below an initial description, and… Read more
Originally published May 2014:
Well, as all folks in the United States know, this weekend we celebrate Memorial Day, Monday May 25, 2015. While many of us who will enjoy this extended long weekend with our family and friends, barbecues, picnics, amusement parks, shopping and the beach, we should… Read more
On an otherwise uneventful, other than the normal busy, plate full, heading towards the US holiday weekend, middle-of-the-week, over the hump day, a personal achievement has been officiated this day, Wednesday the 20th of May, 2015. Definitely not on the scale of the day of infamy, maybe… Read more
We're a little under 3 weeks away from what is sure to be the biggest and best Big Apple SQLSaturday event in NYC, on May 30, 2015! It is with great pleasure to announce the SQLSaturday#380 super SQL Server Speaker Schedule!! Indeed we have an exciting and awesome lineup… Read more
Just heard that today was T-SQL Tuesday #66! Well, I knew it was Tuesday, and T-SQL comes into play once a month, but then I heard the topic was monitoring. I am so pleased that Cathrine Wilhelmsen (@cathrinew) is hosting this month’s blog party, and I… Read more
The Microsoft MVP community is very excited to announce it’s very first 2015 Microsoft MVP Virtual Conference (Microsoft V-Conf) coming to directly to a browser near you from May 14-15, 2015 8:00AM-6PM PDT (Thursday-Friday) offering a variety of technical sessions and professional tracks of all things Microsoft. These expert…Read more
April 1, 2015 – I am delighted to take part in the April Fool’s Promotion by Publisher Apress, who are featuring some of their new upcoming collection of terrific technical books for 40% off all eBooks through 4/15/2015. You should take advantage of this exclusive limited time offer,… Read more
Greetings! If you are local, or in the NY/Central NJ area, mark you calendars for WED. MARCH 11, 2015 @ 6:00PM, in Iselin, NJ's Microsoft Office, hosted by the Central New Jersey SQL Server User's Group (CNJSSUG), where Kevin S. Goff, goes well beyond the basics of… Read more
Welcome to SQLSaturday #380 - Precons Announced!
In addition to the extraordinary extravaganza SQLSaturday NYC event we have planned for Saturday, May 30, 2015, we are pleased to announce our awesome FULL DAY Precons, by some of our favorite MVPs and industry SQL experts! This is a special training treat… Read more
Today, February 10, 2015 is TSQL Tuesday, no.63! (Click on the highlighted link for the Invitation.) Hosted this month, by Student of SQL, aka on twitter @sqlstudent144, and maintains his SQLStudies.com blog, Kenneth Fisher. Ken asks us a very pertinent question that makes up our latest… Read more
This month’s T-SQL Tuesday #62, the first of 2015, hosted by yours truly, (invitation to Healthy SQL here), asked that you all blog about your T-SQL Resolution, and describe what it is that you will do this year to make sure your SQL Servers are healthy provide… Read more