Thank you for making SQLSaturday #414 Oslo 2015 a success! :)
Thank you to all organizers, speakers, sponsors, volunteers and attendees for making the second SQLSaturday in Oslo a huge success! :) See you next year?
Pictures from the event
• Rodney Kidd (@RodJKidd) on Flickr
• Erik Flateby on OneDrive
• Pål Hellesnes (@bedreInnsikt) on Flickr
• Cathrine Wilhelmsen (@cathrinew) on OneDrive
• Johan Ludvig Brattås (@intoleranse) on OneDrive
• Boris Hristov (@BorisHristov) on Facebook
• Collection on OneDrive
Saturday, August 29th
A full day of free training was held on Saturday, August 29th at Westerdals in central Oslo (map).
What is SQLSaturday?
SQLSaturday is a free 1-day training event for SQL Server professionals, providing a variety of high-quality technical sessions. This is a great opportunity to network and learn from MVPs (Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals), local and international speakers - you can even win prizes from our sponsors at the end-of-day raffles! We charge a small fee of €10 for lunch and snacks. Please let friends and colleagues know about the event. If a full day of free training isn't enough learning for you, we also offer a full day of paid pre-conference workshops by some of the leading SQL Server experts in the world. This is a great opportunity to deep dive into a topic and learn from the best!
Friday, August 28th
A full day of paid pre-conference workshops was held on Friday, August 28th:
A Practical Approach for Troubleshooting Performance Problems (Work Smarter not Harder) by Margarita Naumova
Level 300 - Advanced
Finding the source of a performance problem is one of the most difficult tasks for every DBA. Where to start, what to check, how to find what's going on, and of course how to fix, those are usually the most common and important questions every DBA asks. And those questions usually come when the time is the most critical resource.
Understanding SSIS Internals and Performance Tuning by David Peter Hansen
Level 300 - Advanced
You have worked with SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) for a few years, but more often than not, you see performance problems with your packages. Some packages are running slow, while others are taking up more memory and CPU than before.
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SQL Server User Group Norway and the SQLSaturday team look forward to seeing you!