I feel quite lucky to be working where I work. One of the things I like about working at a university is having access to a number of learning opportunities, be it credit or not-for-credit courses, or even 1 or 2 hour sessions on anything. I love learning so it’s a field day for me when I get to attend these courses or events.
At the beginning of the session, Ms. Piros emphasized three (3) key statements about conversations:
1. All communication is strategic
2. You must frame others before you frame yourself (I didn’t know what media framing meant before I attended this session)
3. You must tell stories
Database Design: Solving Problems Before they Start!
Every Byte Counts: Why Your Data Type Choices Matter
Introduction to Microsoft Azure DocumentDB
Offline Database Development and Unit Testing with SSDT
Protecting Your Data with Encryption
BI Information Delivery
Introduction to the Power BI Designer
Understanding and Visualizing Data Using R in SQL Server
BI Platform Architecture, Development & Administration
Don’t Repeat Yourself – An Introduction to Agile SSIS Development
Improving Data Analytics with Azure Machine Learning
Optimizing your data warehouse for OLAP Processing
Rethink your ETL with BIML
SSAS Design and Performance Best Practices
Cloud Application Development & Deployment
Azure IOT: A Practical Introduction to Stream Analytics
Enterprise Database Administration & Deployment
Common SQL Server Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Curious Cases of Availability Groups
Data Pages, Allocation Units, IAM chains… Oh My!
Overlord – tracking changes, real-time, in your environment
SQL Server Agent: The life preserver for the drowning DBA
The Art and the Science of Designing a Mission Critical SQL Server Solution
The Data Loading Performance Presentation
Trend Analysis of SQL Error Logs: Seeing Beyond the Error
Turbo-Charged Transaction Logs
Making the Leap from Developer to DBA
SQLSaturday #407 in Vancouver, BC
SQLSaturday #407 in Vancouver, BC is happening on June 27, 2015 at UBC Robson Square, 800 Robson Street, Vancouver. SQLSaturdays are one day free training events for SQL Server professionals. SQL Server professionals have developed a pretty tight knit community over the years, and this is one way of sharing information, learnings, experiences and best practices on the product. This event is also volunteer-driven – the organizers and presenters volunteer their time and effort to help foster the #SQLCommunity.
Sessions delivered range from SQL Server Administration, Development, Business Intelligence Application, Business Intelligence Delivery, and Professional Development.