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 TimeBreakout - Room: n/aTrack 1 - Room: 2523 (Training room)Track 2 - Room: 2520B (Conference room)Track 3 - Room: 2520C (Conference room)Track 4 - Room: 2520D (Seminar room)
08:00 AM

Registration

Level: Beginner
    
8:30 AM Arie Jones

Take Control with Resource Governor and PBM

Level: Intermediate
Kathi Kellenberger

What's New with Reporting Services

Level: Intermediate
Ted Krueger

SSIS 2008 Basics - Get Up to Speed in 60 minutes!

Level: Beginner
Louis Davidson

Database Design Fundamentals

Level: Beginner
10:00 AM Jason Strate

Are You Following Your Own Best Practices?

Level: Beginner
Wendy Pastrick

Transactional Replication 101

Level: Beginner
Kendra Little

Take the Awesomeness Home: the Data Collector

Level: Intermediate
Louis Davidson

Applying Database Design

Level: Intermediate
11:15 AM

Women in Technology Lunch Panel

Level: Beginner
    
12:15 PM Bob Pusateri

Application Coding Sins

Level: Intermediate
Alex Kuznetsov

Developing T-SQL that survives concurrency

Level: Intermediate
Jason Strate

Using XML to Query Execution Plans

Level: Intermediate
Kathi Kellenberger

Designing a Data Mart 101

Level: Beginner
01:45 PM Arie Jones

Monitoring Data Changes the Microsoft Way with CDC

Level: Intermediate
Alex Kuznetsov

Develop T-SQL code Defensively

Level: Beginner
Dagong Wang

SQL Performance Planning Tips for Developers

Level: Beginner
Chris Leonard

Query hints: The Jekyll and Hyde of T-SQL Coding

Level: Intermediate
03:15 PM Keith Dahlby

Developer AMA (Ask Me Anything)

Level: Beginner
Trenton Ivey

If You Build It, They Will Try to Break It

Level: Beginner
Kendra Little

Stay Agile, Stay Sane

Level: Beginner
Jason Strate

Getting To Know Your Indexes

Level: Intermediate
04:30 PM

Closing

Level: Beginner
    


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
Application Coding SinsBob PusateriIntermediate
Applying Database DesignLouis DavidsonIntermediate
Are You Following Your Own Best Practices?Jason StrateBeginner
Data Mining in Action: a Case StudyDrew MinkinAdvanced
Database Design FundamentalsLouis DavidsonBeginner
Designing a Data Mart 101Kathi KellenbergerBeginner
Develop T-SQL code DefensivelyAlex KuznetsovBeginner
Developer AMA (Ask Me Anything)Keith DahlbyBeginner
Developing T-SQL that survives concurrencyAlex KuznetsovIntermediate
Getting To Know Your IndexesJason StrateIntermediate
If You Build It, They Will Try to Break ItTrenton IveyBeginner
Monitoring Data Changes the Microsoft Way with CDCArie JonesIntermediate
Query hints: The Jekyll and Hyde of T-SQL CodingChris LeonardIntermediate
SQL Performance Planning Tips for DevelopersDagong WangBeginner
SSIS 2008 Basics - Get Up to Speed in 60 minutes!Ted KruegerBeginner
Stay Agile, Stay SaneKendra LittleBeginner
Take Control with Resource Governor and PBMArie JonesIntermediate
Take the Awesomeness Home: the Data CollectorKendra LittleIntermediate
Transactional Replication 101Wendy PastrickBeginner
Using XML to Query Execution Plans Jason StrateIntermediate
What's New with Reporting ServicesKathi KellenbergerIntermediate
Women in Technology Lunch Panel Beginner


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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