Conference Sessions

With over 190 sessions in the main agenda, PASS Summit is recognized as the conference for the best in SQL Server training. This year’s conference sessions, spread across 6 tracks, include:

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Having a hard time choosing which sessions to attend in PASS Summit 2012's incredible lineup? Check out these Expert Picks from some of PASS's Virtual Chapter leaders and other community experts.

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* Note: Sessions and schedule subject to change.


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PASS Summit 2012 Sessions

You can browse all sessions or use filters to search for sessions you are interested in. The Keyword filter lets you enter a term to search for in the session title or abstract. The Category drop-down lets you set the session type (such as Regular session), and the Track drop-down lets you specify which topic track you want to search. You can also filter by speaker name and session skill level. To start a new search or return to the list of all sessions, simply click the Clear button.
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Sessions Found: 209

SQLCAT: Real-World Case Study of Mission-Critical Active/Active Remote DCs (AD-402-A)
Application & Database Development
Lindsey Allen (Microsoft)
Prem Mehra (Microsoft)
Shep Sheppard (Microsoft Corp.)

Stop Bad Data in Its OLTP Tracks (AD-209-S)
Application & Database Development
Denise McInerney (Intuit)

Storing Columnstore Indexes (AD-321-S)
Application & Database Development
Kalen Delaney (SQLearning)

Table Variables and Temporary Tables – What You Need to Know (AD-320)
Application & Database Development
Wayne Sheffield (SQL Solutions Group)

Taking MERGE Beyond the Basics (AD-202)
Application & Database Development
Hugo Kornelis (perFact BV)

Taking SQL Server 2012 into the World of Spatial Data Management (AD-314-M)
Application & Database Development
Michael Rys (Microsoft)

The Biggest Loser: Database Edition (AD-200)
Application & Database Development
Andrew Novick (Novick Software, Inc.)

Triggers: Born Evil or Misunderstood? (AD-100)
Application & Database Development
Louis Davidson (drsql.org)

Troubleshooting Spatial Query Performance: Deep Dive into Spatial Indexing (AD-403-M)
Application & Database Development
Michael Rys (Microsoft)

TRY CATCH in a Nutshell (LT-102)
Application & Database Development
Julie Koesmarno (LobsterPot Solutions)


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