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 TimeBusiness Intelligence - Room: GH121Database Administration - Room: GH122Database Development - Room: GH123Expanded Horizons - Room: GH124
07:30 AMSQLSaturday 93

Registration

Level: Beginner
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Level: Beginner
08:15 AMVidas Matelis

Exploring SSAS data folder

Level: Intermediate
Islam Gomaa

There Is a Better Way to Back Up Your SQL Servers

Level: Intermediate
John Huang

Multi-threading TSQL

Level: Advanced

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Chris Skorlinski

CAMP Geekalot for DBAs

Level: Beginner

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09:30 AMChristian Cote

Implement data validation strategies with SSIS

Level: Intermediate

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Edwin Sarmiento

Database Recovery Techniques To Keep Handy

Level: Advanced
John Huang

Indexes and Data Access

Level: Intermediate

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Chris Skorlinski

How to get Hired in the first 10 minutes

Level: Beginner

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10:45 AMScott Stauffer

SSIS for the faint of heart

Level: Beginner

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Edwin Sarmiento

Gone Clustering in 60 Minutes

Level: Intermediate
John Huang

Query Plans

Level: Advanced

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Janis Griffin

Don't Panic, DBAs! Databases on VMware made easy.

Level: Intermediate

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11:45 AMSQLSaturday 93

Lunch A / Networking A

Level: Beginner
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Lunch A / Networking A

Level: Beginner
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Lunch A / Networking A

Level: Beginner
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Lunch A / Networking A

Level: Beginner
12:45 PMSQLSaturday 93

Lunch B / Networking B

Level: Beginner
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Lunch B / Networking B

Level: Beginner
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Lunch B / Networking B

Level: Beginner
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Lunch B / Networking B

Level: Beginner
01:45 PMEdwin Sarmiento

Build a Scale-Out Reporting Services 2008 R2 Farm

Level: Intermediate
Janis Griffin

Looney Tuner? No, there IS a method to my madness!

Level: Beginner

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Atley Hunter

Discovering the Delta: SQL Server to SQL Azure

Level: Beginner
Jean-Rene Roy

What is MS Sync. Framework

Level: Intermediate
3:00 PMChris Skorlinski

Transactional Replication – Follow the Data

Level: Intermediate
Damir Bersinic

Architecting Microsoft SQL Server Availability in

Level: Beginner

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Robert Schoedel

Streamline development with VS build contributors

Level: Advanced

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Jean-Rene Roy

XML in SQL Server.  Why bother? 

Level: Intermediate
4:15 PMChristian Cote

Manage your database with VS2010 Db Dev tools

Level: Intermediate

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Michael J. Swart

Obliterate Excessive Blocking and Deadlocking

Level: Intermediate

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Robert Schoedel

Seven solutions for highly expensive queries

Level: Intermediate

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Sean Kearney

Manage Your Legacy Applications with Windows Power

Level: Intermediate


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
A Peek At SQL Server Execution PlansEdwin SarmientoIntermediate
Architecting Microsoft SQL Server Availability in Damir BersinicBeginner
Build a Scale-Out Reporting Services 2008 R2 FarmEdwin SarmientoIntermediate
CAMP Geekalot for DBAsChris SkorlinskiBeginner
Database Design Contentious IssuesKaren LopezIntermediate
Database Recovery Techniques To Keep HandyEdwin SarmientoAdvanced
Discovering the Delta: SQL Server to SQL AzureAtley HunterBeginner
Don't Panic, DBAs! Databases on VMware made easy.Janis GriffinIntermediate
Exploring SSAS data folder Vidas MatelisIntermediate
Getting Spatial with SQL Server 2008Dan ClarkBeginner
Gone Clustering in 60 MinutesEdwin SarmientoIntermediate
How to get Hired in the first 10 minutes Chris SkorlinskiBeginner
Implement data validation strategies with SSISChristian CoteIntermediate
Indexes and Data AccessJohn HuangIntermediate
Locking & BlockingJohn HuangAdvanced
Looney Tuner? No, there IS a method to my madness!Janis GriffinBeginner
Manage your database with VS2010 Db Dev toolsChristian CoteIntermediate
Manage Your Legacy Applications with Windows PowerSean KearneyIntermediate
Multi-threading TSQLJohn HuangAdvanced
Obliterate Excessive Blocking and DeadlockingMichael J. SwartIntermediate
Query PlansJohn HuangAdvanced
Seven solutions for highly expensive queriesRobert SchoedelIntermediate
SQL Server Service Broker – An OverviewJanis GriffinIntermediate
SSIS for the faint of heart Scott StaufferBeginner
Streamline development with VS build contributorsRobert SchoedelAdvanced
There Is a Better Way to Back Up Your SQL Servers Islam GomaaIntermediate
Transactional Replication – Follow the DataChris SkorlinskiIntermediate
What is MS Sync. FrameworkJean-Rene RoyIntermediate
What is SQL Server Service broker (SSB)? Jean-Rene RoyIntermediate
What new in Reporting Service R2 and Report BuildeJean-Rene RoyIntermediate
Why SSIS Configuration are no longer Rocket sciencJean-Rene RoyIntermediate
Why SSIS Configuration are not Rocket science!Jean-Rene RoyIntermediate
Why SSIS configuration is Rocket science?Jean-Rene RoyIntermediate
Windows PowerShell for the SQL Server DBAEdwin SarmientoBeginner
XML in SQL Server.  Why bother? Jean-Rene RoyIntermediate


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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