SQL From South West to Scotland : SQLSaturdays #496 & #502

Dave Ballantyne, 2016-01-17

I’m happy, honoured and humbled to be able to say that I will be presenting pre-cons and both SQL Saturday 496 in Exeter and SQL Saturday 502 in Edinburgh.

SQL Saturday 496 Exeter is on Friday 11th March and Saturday 12th March

The event home page is here and signup to my class is :

http://sqlsatexeter.azurewebsites.net/?page_id=5561

SQL Saturday 502 Edinburgh is on Friday 10th and Saturday 11th Jun

The event home page is here and signup to my class is :

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sql-server-2016-masterclass-query-processing-and-internals-tickets-20699726439

Both will follow the same format and general material so no need to worry that you’ll miss out on something if you can only attend one and not the other, though i would suspect that distance would be a better differentiator ??  We will be looking at the Query Optimizer and delving into its internals to find how it builds a plan,  what its limits and limitations are and understanding how to recognize that we have a ‘Bad Plan’.

Hope that you can make one or the other.

 

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