SQLSaturday 375

Silicon Valley, United States

PASS SQLSaturday is a free training event for professionals who use the Microsoft data platform. These community events offer content across data management, cloud and hybrid architecture, analytics, business intelligence, AI, and more. This event will be held on Mar 28 2015 at Microsoft Technology Center, 1065 La Avenida, Mountain View, California, 94043, United States

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Welcome to SQL Saturday Silicon Valley!

March 28, 2015

Microsoft Technology Center, Mountain View, CA

SQLSaturday is a free, one-day learning event about SQL Server, Microsoft Business Intelligence, and Big Data.

Here are just a few of the 30+ sessions that you can choose from:

  • Intro to Time Series Forecasting - Peter Myers
  • A Practical Guide To Using Charts & Graphs - Dan Bulos
  • Storage For the DBA - Denny Cherry
  • Becoming a Top DBA-Learning Automation in SQL Server - Joseph D'Antoni
  • What Are The Roles on a Big Data Team, and Which is Right For You? - Andrew Eichenbaum
  • Intro to Azure DocumentDB - Ike Ellis
  • Stored Procedures vs. Ad-Hoc SQL: Performance Showdown! - Argenis Fernandez
  • Automating Your Database Deployments - Grant Fritchey
  • Achieving Peak Performance from your Virtual SQL Servers - David Klee
  • Columnstore Indexes in SQL Server 2014: Flipping the DW /Faster Bit - Jimmy May
  • Common SQL Server Mistakes and How to Avoid Them - Tim Radney
Hosts: Mark Ginnebaugh, DesignMind + Ross Mistry, Microsoft

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What is a PASS SQLSaturday?

PASS SQLSaturdays are local events organized by PASS community members around the world. PASS is a not-for-profit association for data professionals who leverage the Microsoft Data Platform, offering interactive learning built by community and guided by trusted data experts.

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