Schedule

Here is our schedule for the upcoming event. We've done our best to provide a good mix of topics and skill levels, we hope you'll find something of interest throughout the day. Our thanks to the speakers listed below for volunteering their time, we couldn't do it without them. If there are schedule changes we will make them here as they happen. We encourage you to check back a few days before the event just in case we have had to move one of your favorite sessions.

Note: Some speakers alternately upload their sessions to their own blog sites, which you can locate their site when you click on their session below.

Start TimeApp Dev - Room: Room 284ABI - Room: Room 201Data Platform - Room: Room 202DBA I - Room: Room 280DBA II - Room: Room 284B
08:45 AMSQLSaturday 236

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Level: Non-Technical
09:30 AMAaron King

Agile Database Development

Level: Intermediate

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Meagan Longoria

Don’t Miss Out on Excel Cube Functions

Level: Beginner

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Virginia Mushkatblat

Data Flow Architectures in Software Development Life-Cycle

Level: Intermediate

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Gill Rowley

You're THE DBA. Now What?

Level: Beginner

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don conrad

AlwaysOn, Clustering, Mirroring: What are they? What aren't they"

Level: Intermediate

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11:00 AMKathi Kellenberger

T-SQL 2012 Analytic Functions

Level: Advanced

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Dan Guzman

Designing High-Performance Database Applications

Level: Intermediate

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David Klee

It's All About the Performance, Right?

Level: Intermediate

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Mike Hays

Introduction to Trace Flags

Level: Beginner

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Larry Toothman

Yesterday I Couldn’t Even Spell ‘DBA’.

Level: Beginner

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12:15 PMSQLSaturday 236

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 236

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 236

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 236

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 236

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
12:30 PMSTL SQL Saturday STL SQL Saturday

Vendor Presentation - Oakwood systems

Level: Non-Technical
Matt Bowers Matt Bowers

Vendor Presentation - Covenant Technology Partners

Level: Non-Technical
STL SQL Saturday STL SQL Saturday

Vendor Presentation - SLU

Level: Non-Technical
Kathi Kellenberger

Women in Tech Panel

Level: Beginner

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SQLSaturday 236

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
01:30 PMJeff Fattic

Database Change Management

Level: Intermediate
Eddie Hendrix

SQL Server PDW 2012

Level: Intermediate

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Tim Ford

Management Studio Features for Working Less and Getting More Done

Level: Beginner

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Travis Whitley

SSRS Basics for the DBA

Level: Beginner
James Davis

SQL Server on VMware, what a DBA should know

Level: Intermediate

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03:00 PMAndy Thiru

Moving Enterprise database to cloud

Level: Beginner
Bill Fellows

Somebody got BIDS Helper in my Data Tools

Level: Intermediate

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JD Wade

What SQL DBAs need to know about SharePoint

Level: Intermediate

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Tim Plas

Protecting SQL Data for Availability and DR

Level: Intermediate

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Pierre LaFromboise

Implementing AlwaysOn Availability Groups

Level: Intermediate
04:30 PM   SQLSaturday 236

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical
 


Submitted Sessions

Here is the list of sessions submitted so far. Our goal is to feature as many different speakers and topics as possible, but space limitations prevent us from accepting every session. This list is also a great way for those thinking about speaking to see what might be on the agenda and enter a session that doesn't collide with an existing one.

TitleSpeakerLevel
Agile Database DevelopmentAaron KingIntermediate
Aliases - A SQL Server by Any Other NameTim PlasIntermediate
AlwaysOn, Clustering, Mirroring: What are they? What aren't they"don conradIntermediate
Authentication with KerberosTim PlasIntermediate
Change Data Capture and SSIS 2012Andy ThiruBeginner
Data Flow Architectures in Software Development Life-CycleVirginia MushkatblatIntermediate
Data Migration Between SQL ServersTim PlasBeginner
Database Change ManagementJeff FatticIntermediate
Database Health and PerformanceDavid KleeIntermediate
Designing High-Performance Database ApplicationsDan GuzmanIntermediate
Don’t Miss Out on Excel Cube FunctionsMeagan LongoriaBeginner
Getting Started with HadoopScott ShawBeginner
Implementing AlwaysOn Availability GroupsPierre LaFromboiseIntermediate
Indexes: The BasicsKathi KellenbergerBeginner
Introduction to Trace FlagsMike HaysBeginner
It's All About the Performance, Right?David KleeIntermediate
Loading the Windows Azure Cloud Andy ThiruBeginner
Management Studio Features for Working Less and Getting More DoneTim FordBeginner
Moving Enterprise database to cloudAndy ThiruBeginner
Pivoting Performance Data & Pinpointing ProblemsBrian FlynnIntermediate
Protecting SQL Data for Availability and DRTim PlasIntermediate
Roll Your Own Log shippingLarry ToothmanIntermediate
Somebody got BIDS Helper in my Data ToolsBill FellowsIntermediate
SQL Server on VMware, what a DBA should knowJames DavisIntermediate
SQL Server PDW 2012Eddie HendrixIntermediate
Squeezing Performance from VMware-Based SQL ServerDavid KleeAdvanced
SSRS Basics for the DBATravis WhitleyBeginner
The Accidental Report Designer: Data Visualization Best Practices in SSRSMeagan LongoriaIntermediate
Troubleshooting your TCP/IP connectionsMike HaysBeginner
T-SQL 2012 Analytic FunctionsKathi KellenbergerAdvanced
Type More, Click Less: Programmatically build SSIS packagesBill FellowsAdvanced
Vendor Presentation - Covenant Technology PartnersMatt Bowers Matt BowersNon-Technical
Vendor Presentation - Oakwood systemsSTL SQL Saturday STL SQL SaturdayNon-Technical
Vendor Presentation - SLUSTL SQL Saturday STL SQL SaturdayNon-Technical
What SQL DBAs need to know about SharePointJD WadeIntermediate
Women in Tech PanelKathi KellenbergerBeginner
Yesterday I Couldn’t Even Spell ‘DBA’.Larry ToothmanBeginner
You're THE DBA. Now What?Gill RowleyBeginner


Suggested Sessions

Thinking about participating as a speaker but no ideas for the topic? Often our attendees will have an idea for you! Or, submit a suggestion of your own.

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