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 TimeAuditorium (1124) - Room: Room 1124BI & Reporting (3031) - Room: Room 3031BI Track (3030) - Room: Room 3030Business Analytics (3033) - Room: Room 3033Business Dev (3032) - Room: Room 3032Database Developers (1049) - Room: Room 1049DBA & Auditing (1053) - Room: Room 1053DBA & Performance (1054) - Room: Room 1054DBA Track (1048) - Room: Room 1048DBA Track SQL2012 (1047) - Room: Room 1047DEV & Programming (1052) - Room: Room 1052Self Service BI (3034) - Room: Room 3034
08:30 AMDiana Betancourt

Keynote - Women in Technology Panel

Level: Beginner
           
09:15 AM Mark Tabladillo

Applied Enterprise Semantic Mining

Level: Intermediate

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Jorge Novo

ETL Automation Using SSIS

Level: Intermediate

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Christopher Price

MDS in Practice: An Integrated Approach

Level: Beginner
Michael Antonovich

Introducing Cube World To Users From Flat Table Land

Level: Intermediate

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Herve Roggero

SQL Server 2012 IaaS and SQL Database In Depth

Level: Intermediate
Chad Churchwell

Introduction to SQL Server Replication

Level: Beginner

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John Welch

Tuning Analysis Services Processing Performance

Level: Advanced
Gareth Swanepoel

SQL Server 2012 ColumnStore Indexes

Level: Intermediate
David Dye

Whats New in T-SQL With SQL Server 2012

Level: Beginner
Kevin Boles

Fundamentals of Join Operations

Level: Beginner

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Anthony Sammartino

Self-Service Visualization with Power View

Level: Beginner
10:45 AM Luis Figueroa

Getting started with Master Data Services 2012

Level: Beginner

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Jen Underwood

Best Practice Data Visualization

Level: Intermediate
James McAuliffe

Changing Data Is Easy, Managing Data Change is Hard!

Level: Intermediate

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Alex Funkhouser

For Love or Money, Your IT Career

Level: Non-Technical
Richie Rump

Database Design Disasters: Common Mistakes Found in the Wild

Level: Intermediate

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Kendal Van Dyke

Discover, Document, & Diagnose Your Servers on Your Coffee Break

Level: Beginner

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Gareth Swanepoel

Building a SQL Server for Optimal Performance

Level: Beginner
Max Trinidad

PowerShell Working with XML and SMO

Level: Intermediate

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Kevin Boles

SQL Server 2012 Column Store Index

Level: Intermediate

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John Welch

Unit Testing SSIS Packages

Level: Intermediate
Rafael Salas

HDInsight: What’s all the Hadoopla about Big Data?

Level: Intermediate
12:00 PMDave Bermingham and Sandy Sandifer

High Performance SANLess Clustering

Level: Beginner

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01:30 PMJeffrey Garbus

How to be a GREAT DBA

Level: Beginner
David Ortiz

Exploring The Microsoft Reporting Technologies

Level: Beginner
Mark Tabladillo

Data Mining Innovation with SQL Server 2012

Level: Advanced

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Anthony Sammartino

SSAS Tabular and PowerPivot - Choose Your Own Adve

Level: Intermediate
Michael Antonovich

Putting Quality Back Into Your Data Analysis

Level: Intermediate

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Jorge Novo

SSIS Programming using .Net

Level: Advanced

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David Dye

Column Level Encryption

Level: Beginner
Jeffrey Garbus

Indexing for performance

Level: Intermediate
Sam Mesel

TempDB under the hood

Level: Advanced

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Chad Churchwell

SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn for HA and DR

Level: Intermediate

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Frank Quintana

Code Paradigms in BIDS

Level: Intermediate

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Stacia Misner

A Big Data Primer

Level: Beginner

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03:00 PM Mohamed Kabiruddin

Agile BI with SQL Server 2012 and TFS 2012

Level: Intermediate

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Max Trinidad

SSIS - Integrating PowerShell in a ScriptTask component

Level: Intermediate

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Stacia Misner

Dashboard Do's and Don'ts

Level: Beginner

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Hanneh Bandi

Tips on how to get your next GREAT job!

Level: Non-Technical

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Richie Rump

The T-SQL Features in SQL Server 2012 You Can't Ignore

Level: Intermediate

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Brandon Leach

Implementing a HIPAA Compliance Strategy with SQL Server

Level: Beginner

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Christopher Price

Into the Wild,Taming Unstructured Data

Level: Intermediate
Jim Murphy

AlwaysOn - Finally, A usable 'mirror'!

Level: Beginner

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David Bermingham

SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn Step-by-Step

Level: Intermediate

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John Welch

Moving Big Data - SSIS, Pig, and Sqoop

Level: Beginner
Anthony Sammartino

A Balanced BI Approach (Self-Service & Corporate)

Level: Intermediate
04:30 PM  David Dye

Dealing With Errors in SSIS 2012

Level: Advanced
 Mark Tabladillo

Social Marketing 2013 for Microsoft Professionals

Level: Beginner

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 Kendal Van Dyke

Building Your Own SQL Server Virtual Playground

Level: Intermediate

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Brandon Leach

Wrangling performance with Resource Governor

Level: Beginner

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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
(Way Too Much) Fun with Reporting Services Stacia MisnerBeginner
A Balanced BI Approach (Self-Service & Corporate)Anthony SammartinoIntermediate
A Big Data PrimerStacia MisnerBeginner
Agile BI with SQL Server 2012 and TFS 2012Mohamed KabiruddinIntermediate
AlwaysOn - Finally, A usable 'mirror'!Jim MurphyBeginner
Applied Enterprise Semantic MiningMark TabladilloIntermediate
Bad, less Bad, not Bad; rewriting bad SQL CodeJeffrey GarbusBeginner
Best Practice Data VisualizationJen UnderwoodIntermediate
Building a SQL Server for Optimal PerformanceGareth SwanepoelBeginner
Building a Windows 8 app from scratch (English)Russell FustinoBeginner
Building Your Own SQL Server Virtual PlaygroundKendal Van DykeIntermediate
Changing Data Is Easy, Managing Data Change is Hard!James McAuliffeIntermediate
Code Paradigms in BIDSFrank QuintanaIntermediate
Column Level EncryptionDavid DyeBeginner
Dashboard Do's and Don'tsStacia MisnerBeginner
Data Mining Innovation with SQL Server 2012Mark TabladilloAdvanced
Data Profiling, Cleansing, Enrichment & Matching with SSISChristopher PriceBeginner
Database Design Disasters: Common Mistakes Found in the WildRichie RumpIntermediate
Dealing With Errors in SSIS 2012David DyeAdvanced
Discover, Document, & Diagnose Your Servers on Your Coffee BreakKendal Van DykeBeginner
Entity Framework: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Learned to Love DevelopersRichie RumpIntermediate
ETL Automation Using SSISJorge NovoIntermediate
Exploring The Microsoft Reporting TechnologiesDavid OrtizBeginner
For Love or Money, Your IT CareerAlex FunkhouserNon-Technical
From 0 to big data in 60 minutesLuis FigueroaIntermediate
Getting started with Master Data Services 2012Luis FigueroaBeginner
HDInsight: What’s all the Hadoopla about Big Data?Rafael SalasIntermediate
Help! I've Got XML In My Database!Kendal Van DykeIntermediate
High Performance SANLess ClusteringDave Bermingham and Sandy SandiferBeginner
How to be a GREAT DBAJeffrey GarbusBeginner
Implementing a HIPAA Compliance Strategy with SQL ServerBrandon LeachBeginner
Implementing Auditing in SQL Server 2012David DyeBeginner
Indexing for Join OptimizationJeffrey GarbusAdvanced
Indexing for performanceJeffrey GarbusIntermediate
Into the Wild,Taming Unstructured DataChristopher PriceIntermediate
Introducing Cube World To Users From Flat Table LandMichael AntonovichIntermediate
Introduction to SQL Server ReplicationChad ChurchwellBeginner
Keynote - Women in Technology Panel Diana BetancourtBeginner
MDS in Practice: An Integrated ApproachChristopher PriceBeginner
Moving Big Data - SSIS, Pig, and SqoopJohn WelchBeginner
Object-Level Recovery Made EasyTodd PhillippeBeginner
PowerShell Working with XML and SMOMax TrinidadIntermediate
Present This, Not That!Kendal Van DykeBeginner
Putting Quality Back Into Your Data AnalysisMichael AntonovichIntermediate
Report Builder: Reports made Easy.Yelena PavlyukBeginner
Secrets of Enterprise Data MiningMark TabladilloIntermediate
Self-Service ETL and Data Explorer: Are we there yet?Rafael SalasIntermediate
Self-Service Visualization with Power ViewAnthony SammartinoBeginner
Social Marketing 2013 for Microsoft ProfessionalsMark TabladilloBeginner
SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn for HA and DRChad ChurchwellIntermediate
SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn Step-by-StepDavid BerminghamIntermediate
SQL Server 2012 ColumnStore IndexesGareth SwanepoelIntermediate
SQL Server 2012 IaaS and SQL Database In DepthHerve RoggeroIntermediate
SRS Report Builder for Business IntelligenceDavid EichnerBeginner
SSAS Tabular and PowerPivot - Choose Your Own AdveAnthony SammartinoIntermediate
SSIS - Integrating PowerShell in a ScriptTask componentMax TrinidadIntermediate
SSIS Programming using .NetJorge NovoAdvanced
SSIS Programming Using .NETJorge NovoAdvanced
Stay ahead with Change Data CaptureJose L. RiveraIntermediate
Taking BI to the Next Level: CollaborationStacia MisnerIntermediate
TempDB under the hoodSam MeselAdvanced
The T-SQL Features in SQL Server 2012 You Can't IgnoreRichie RumpIntermediate
Tips on how to get your next GREAT job!Hanneh BandiNon-Technical
Tuning Analysis Services Processing PerformanceJohn WelchAdvanced
Unit Testing SSIS PackagesJohn WelchIntermediate
Upgrade your TSQL to the NEXT levelJose L. RiveraIntermediate
Visualizing Data with Reporting ServicesChristopher PriceBeginner
Whats New in T-SQL With SQL Server 2012David DyeBeginner
Wrangling performance with Resource GovernorBrandon LeachBeginner
Zero To Cube in 60 MinutesDustin RyanBeginner


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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