My session got selected for October 6th's Jacksonville Code Camp
, hosted by the Jacksonville Development Users Group. Yay, I get to speak in front of a bunch of developers.
Crap, I have to speak in front of a bunch of developers.
This feels different than speaking at a SQL Saturday... I'm hoping the fact that my session is on SQL Server Database Basics means I'll be able to survive the session feeling like I do have a clue. Here's my summary:
You've developed the greatest thing since sliced bread, but the Database Administration team won't let you hook it up to their database. From schema to security to space and performance issues, this is a high-level overview of what DBAs see as their most important challenges when integrating other people's code into their system. A fascinating look at how the other half works.
As I'm developing my content, I'd like to ask all you SQL developers out there, what items do you wish you knew back in the day before you started butting heads with the DBA team?
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