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Join us at PASS 2010!

By pturley, 2010/10/13

Please join as at the 2010 global summit for the Professional Association for SQL Server in Seattle.  The conference is the second week in November at the Washington State Convention Center.  The PASS Global Summit is one of the best technical conferences and the absolutely best place to go to unite with the SQL Server community.

Please Attend My Session

My session on “Cooking With Reporting Services” is schedule for Wednesday, November 10th at 1:30 PM local time.  This will be the fourth time I’ve presented a conference session with this title.  Some of the material will be new and some of the demos will be drawn from our Wrox Press Book: SQL Server Reporting Services Recipes for Designing Expert Reports.

Birds of a Feather: Lunch Time with the SQL Server MVPs

The Birds of a Feather lunch time event on Tuesday, November 9th will give attendees the opportunity to sit down and chat one-on-one with Microsoft SQL Server MVPs and focus on a variety of subjects.  Mike Walsh and Jason Strate have graciously organized the BoF event this year.  View the complete event description on Mike’s blog.  “How do I attend?” you might ask.  Easy… just show up – but get there early.  For those who plan ahead, you’ll be able to choose your most pressing topic and chat with the expert.  For those who get there late, it can become a game of musical tables.  When an MVP’s table fills up and there’s no more room, you’ll have to move on.

Here are all the BoF assignments this year.

Allan

Hirt

SQL Server Manageability Tips for the DBA

Ami

Levin

Performance Management Tools

Andy

Leonard

SSIS Frameworks

Andy

Warren

Statistics

Arnie

Rowland

Community – TechNet Wiki

Brad

Schulz

Interpretting Query Plans

Bruce

Loehle-Conger

SSRS Lessons Learned

Chris

Webb

Performance Tuning SSAS

Christian

Bolton

Hyper-V with SQL Server

Christopher

Shaw

Professional Development for the Data Professional

Darren

Gosbell

SSAS Triple A – Administration, Automation and APIs

Davide

Mauri

SQL Server & NoSQL Alternatives

Dean

Vitner

Write-Ahead Logging & The Transaction Log

Denny

Cherry

SQL Service Broker

Eduardo

Castro

HA In Virtualized Environments

Edwin

Sarmiento

Why you need to distinguish yourself from the rest

Erland

Sommarskog

Practical T-SQL Programming

Geoff

Hiten

Advanced SQL Clustering

Gianluca

Hotz

Oracle to SQL Server DBA

Glenn

Berry

Database Mirroring

Grant

Fritchey

T-SQL Tuning & Optimization

Greg

Galloway

What’s the Coolest Business Problem You’ve Solved with a Cube?

Jason

Massie

Querying The Procedure Cache

Jeff

Moden

Black Arts T-SQL

Jessica

Moss

Fixing Bad Data Using SSIS

Jesus

Gil

Geo-Spatial Data on SSRS (en espanol)

Jonathan

Kehayias

VMWare With SQL Server

Justing

Langford

SQL Server Consolidation

Kevin

Boles

Performance Tuning

Kevin

Kline

Help for the involuntary DBA

Louis

Davidson

Database Design

Michael

Coles

SQL Encryption

Michael

Steineke

High Performance DBs on Shared Storage

Patrick

LeBlanc

CDC

Paul

Turley

BI Tool & Visualization Choices

Peter

Ward

SQL Server Migration and Upgrade Planning

Plamen

Ratchev

Implementing Hierarchies in SQL

Rafael

Salas

PowerPivot: Where/How Are You Using It?

Rob

Farley

Tables don’t exist, so join me at my index

Scott

Klein

Data Development in SQL Azure

Sean

McCown

PowerShell For the SQL Server DBA

Ted

Krueger

Cheapest DR/HA Options on SQL Server

Tim

Chapman

SQL Security Best Practices

Tim

Mitchell

Care and Feeding of your SSIS Infrastructure

Tim

Ford

DMVs

Todd

McDermid

Data Warehouse ETL with SSIS

Tomislav

Piasevoli

The Past, Present and Future of Microsoft BI



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