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Birds of a Feather Luncheon

Join us on Tuesday, Nov 9 from 11:30am to 1:30pm for our annual Birds of a Feather luncheon. Join MVPs, SQLCAT architects, community experts and your peers at this informal and interactive lunch. Share your knowledge, stimulate new ideas, and gain insights. Close to 50 different topic tables will be available. Be sure to arrive on time to secure a seat at your table of choice.

Leader Birds of a Feather Table Topic

Allan Hirt

Ami Levin

Andy Leonard

Andy Warren

Arnie Rowland

Brad Schulz

Bruce Loehle-Conger

Chris Webb

Christian Bolton

Christopher Shaw

Darren Gosbell

Davide Mauri

Dean Vitner

Denny Cherry

Eduardo Castro

Edwin Sarmiento

Erland Sommarskog

Geoff Hiten

Gianluca Hotz

Glenn Berry

Grant Fritchey

Greg Galloway

Jason Massie

Jeff Moden

Jessica Moss

Jesus Gil

Jonathan Kehayias

Justing Langford

Kevin Boles

Kevin Kline

Louis Davidson

Michael Coles

Michael Steineke

Patrick LeBlanc

Paul Turley

Peter Ward

Plamen Ratchev

Rafael Salas & Rob Collie

Rob Farley

Scott Klein

Sean McCown

Ted Krueger

Tim Chapman

Tim Mitchell

Tim Ford

Todd McDermid

Tomislav Piasevoli

SQL Server Manageability Tips for the DBA

Performance Management Tools

SSIS Frameworks (or Design Patterns or Getting Started)

Statistics

Community – TechNet Wiki

Interpretting Query Plans

SSRS Lessons Learned

Performance Tuning SSAS

Hyper-V with SQL Server

Professional Development for the Data Professional

SSAS Triple A – Administration, Automation and APIs

SQL Server & NoSQL Alternatives

Write-Ahead Logging & The Transaction Log

SQL Service Broker

HA In Virtualized Environments

Why you Need to Distinguish Yourself from the Rest

Practical T-SQL Programming

Advanced SQL Clustering

Oracle to SQL for Developer

Database Mirroring

T-SQL Tuning & Optimization

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

Querying The Procedure Cache

Black Arts T-SQL (Like the Tally Table)

Fixing Bad Data Using SSIS

Geo-Spatial Data on SSRS (en espanol)

VMWare With SQL Server

SQL Server Consolidation

Performance Tuning

Help for the involuntary DBA

Database Design

SQL Encryption (pending ATE schedule question)

High Performance DBs on Shared Storage

CDC

BI Tool & Visualization Choices

SQL Server Migration and Upgrade Planning

Implementing Hierarchies in SQL

PowerPivot: Where/How Are You Using It?

Tables Don’t Exist, so Join me at my Index

Data Development in SQL Azure

PowerShell For the SQL Server DBA

Cheapest DR/HA Options on SQL Server

SQL Security Best Practices

Care and Feeding of your SSIS Infrastructure

DMVs

Data Warehouse ETL with SSIS

The Past, Present and Future of Microsoft BI

 

 

The Value of Networking

"You can't meet people at a webinar, at a virtual conference, or anywhere but in person. And while there are lots of free events, none of them bring together over 1,000 SQL Server professionals that share common interests. The PASS Summit does and it's a great conference to attend.

We have written before about the great learning opportunities at the Summit with great speakers and Microsoft developers. And those are great reasons to attend, but the chance to meet other professionals is equally important. You will get inspired, make friends, maybe even make contacts that can help you later in your career."

- Steve Jones,
SQLServerCentral.com


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