SQLSaturday is a free training event for SQL Server professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server. This event will be held:
on Mar 13 2010 at Mandeville Hall, St. Joseph's University, 5600 City Line Ave, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19131, United States
SQLSaturday is a training event for SQL Server professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server. This event will be held March 13, 2010 7am-5:00pm at Mandeville Hall, St. Joseph's University, 5600 City Line Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19131-1395. Admittance to this event is free, all costs are covered by donations and sponsorships. Please register soon as seating is limited, and let friends and colleagues know about the event. This is made available to you by the St Joseph University's Haub School of Business and the Masters of Business Intelligence program (http://www.sju.edu/academics/hsb/grad/msbi/about.html).
Online directions to SJU Mandeville Hall: http://www.sju.edu/admissions/graduate/directions.html
Business Intelligence 1
Business Intelligence 2
Speaker: AJ Mee (MS)Topic: Microsoft Business Intelligence Overview for 2010
Room: MV 310
Speaker: Matt Van HornTopic: Developing with SQL Azure
Room: North 2
Speaker: Said SalomonTopic: Overview of SQL 2005 Service Broker
Room: North 1
Speaker: Joe ToscanoTopic: SQL Server 2008 Policy Managment Overview
Room: North 1
Speaker: Dan ClarkTopic: Adding Spatial Data Visualization to SSRS Reports
Speaker: Bill WolffTopic: Accessing SQL Server Data with .NET
Speaker: Joshua LynnTopic: T-SQL Development techniques for performance
Speaker: Hilary CotterTopic: SQL Server Performance Tuning
Speaker: Matt Van HornTopic: SSRS Interactive Reports
Speaker: Adam JorgensenTopic: PowerPivot for Excel and SharePoint 2010
Speaker: Terry WeissTopic: Pushing Data to a Web Client Using Comet
Speaker: Mark Scott (MS)Topic: Application Lifecycle Management for Databases
Speaker: Raj MoreTopic: So help me Codd
Speaker: Kevin GoffTopic: Building an OLAP cube with SSAS 2008
Speaker: Matt Van HornTopic: Pivot Data Visualization
Speaker: Jim MoranTopic: Developing Recursive Queries
Speaker: Dean RichardsTopic: Tuna Helper for SQL Server DBA's
Speaker: Vince NapoliTopic: Developing a BI / DW Environment using SSIS
Speaker: Kevin GoffTopic: Integrating SSRS 2008 reports with SharePoint
Speaker: Bill WolffTopic: Accessing SQL Server Data in SharePoint 2010
Speaker: Sharon DooleyTopic: New Toys for Developers in SQL Server 2008
Speaker: Paul BegleyTopic: High Availability Solutions for SQL Server 2008
SJU Buildings: Campion Student Center - Rooms: North 1, North 2
Mandeville Hall - Rooms: Teletorium (1st Floor), MV 310 (3rd Floor), MV313 (3rd Floor)
**Lunch will be served in the 1st and 2nd Floor hallways at Mandeville Hall from 12:15 - 1:30, seating will be in Dinning room, Teletorium, MV 204, MV207, and any open areas.
**Gold Sponsors will have a presentation segment during Lunch in the Teletorium at Mandeville Hall (grab your lunch and hang out)
GOLD SPONSOR Time SLOT PresenterSJU 12:35 - 12:45 10 min - Tricia Rafferty (SJU Haub School of Business) PASS 12:45 - 12:50 10 min - Sharon Dooley (PASS / PSSUG) Confio 12:50 - 01:05 15 min - Dean RichardsExpressor Software 01:05 - 01:20 15 min - Tom Jasinski Validity, LLC 01:20 - 01:35 15 min - Glenn Fitzgerald Pragmatic Works 01:35 - 01:50 15 min
Matt Van Horn
We are close to capacity for the SQL Saturday event on March 13th. If full, continue and fill in the registration form to be put on the waiting list or send an email to email@example.com . As slots up open up due to cancellations, we will move you into the open slot. Note: There is no after event party planned at this time due to logistics and budget.. We are unable to turn off that option in SQL Saturday. If things change, we will notify all with the updated status.
Call for Presenters has ended on 2/15/2010.
Registration for the March 13th SQL Saturday is open and will continue until Monday March 8th.
The first event SQL Saturday event and local PASS community event will be on March 13th at St Joseph's university. This is made available to you by the St Joseph University's Haub School of Business and the Masters of Business Intelligence program (http://www.sju.edu/academics/hsb/grad/msbi/about.html). We will be supporting DBA, Database Development, Business Intelligence, and Professional Development Tracks, and possible additional tracks. If interested in presenting a topic at the SQL event, please click on the Speakers option on the menu bar.
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