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 TimeRoom A - Room: Room ARoom B - Room: Room BRoom C - Room: Room CRoom D - Room: Room DWile Auditorium - Room: Wile Auditorium
08:30 AMSQLSaturday 256

Registrations

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 256

Registrations

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 256

Registrations

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 256

Registrations

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 256

Registrations

Level: Non-Technical
09:00 AMKaren Lopez

Windows Azure SQL Database Design: Silver Lining and Dark Side

Level: Intermediate
David Maxwell

DBA 911 - Database Corruption

Level: Beginner

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David Valentine

T-SQL: Simple Changes That Go a Long Way

Level: Beginner

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Rick Krueger

Temporary Objects Without Permanent Consequences

Level: Beginner
Aaron Bertrand

T-SQL : Bad Habits & Best Practices

Level: Intermediate

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10:15 AMTamera Clark

45 min to build your first SSRS report

Level: Beginner
Melissa Coates

Maximizing the Data Exploration Capabilities of Power View

Level: Beginner
Adam Belebczuk

Introduction to SQL Server Service Broker

Level: Beginner

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Brian Davis

Goodbye Next Next Next, Hello Automated Installs

Level: Intermediate
Stacia Misner

A Big Data Primer

Level: Beginner
11:30 AMTamera Clark

Designing & Formatting Reports

Level: Beginner
Virginia Mushkatblat

Data Flow Architectures in Software Development Life-Cycle

Level: Beginner
Shane Risk

A World Where All Data Has a Place to Live: Centralizing Distributed Reference Data

Level: Beginner
Brandon Leach

Wrangling performance with Resource Governor

Level: Beginner

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Jeff Moden

Disabling xp_CmdShell - Is it really a best practice?

Level: Intermediate
12:30 PMSQLSaturday 256

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 256

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 256

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 256

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 256

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
01:30 PMHope Foley

My SQL Server is Not Slow for Pete's Sake! - Server Side Performance Analysis

Level: Beginner
Gill Rowley

You're THE DBA. Now What?

Level: Beginner

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Kerry Tyler

Manageable SSAS Deployment Strategies

Level: Beginner
Frank Murphy

Going Spatial

Level: Beginner
Various Artists

SQL Server Experts Q & A

Level: Beginner
02:45 PMJoseph D'Antoni

Using Compression to Improve Database Performance

Level: Intermediate
Eddie Wuerch

Partitioning for Perf and Mgmt of Large Tables

Level: Intermediate
Frank Gill

Interrogating the Transaction Log

Level: Intermediate

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Ira Whiteside

Creating a Metadata Mart w/ SSIS - Data Governance

Level: Intermediate
Tim Ford

Periodic Table of DMVs: Collecting Baselines

Level: Intermediate
04:00 PMMichael Swart

Five Easy Pieces

Level: Intermediate
Cory Stevenson

SSIS Olympics

Level: Intermediate

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Joseph D'Antoni

You Wouldn't Let HR Manage Your DBs...

Level: Beginner
Ben Thul

Back(up) to Basics

Level: Beginner

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Allen White

Automate Your ETL Infrastructure with SSIS and PowerShell

Level: Intermediate
05:15 PMSQLSaturday 256

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 256

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 256

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 256

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 256

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical


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
(SQL,SSIS,MDS) Adv Fuzzy Matching Roll Your OwnIra WhitesideIntermediate
14 New T-SQL FunctionsSam NasrIntermediate
45 min to build your first SSRS reportTamera ClarkBeginner
7 Great things you can do to improve and manage customer relationshipsJuan SotoBeginner
A Big Data PrimerStacia MisnerBeginner
A World Where All Data Has a Place to Live: Centralizing Distributed Reference DataShane RiskBeginner
Automate Your ETL Infrastructure with SSIS and PowerShellAllen WhiteIntermediate
Back(up) to BasicsBen ThulBeginner
Coffee BreakSQLSatruday 256Non-Technical
ColumnStore : Then and NowAaron BertrandIntermediate
Creating a Metadata Mart w/ SSIS - Data GovernanceIra WhitesideIntermediate
Data Flow Architectures in Software Development Life-CycleVirginia MushkatblatBeginner
DBA 911 - Database CorruptionDavid MaxwellBeginner
Designing & Formatting ReportsTamera ClarkBeginner
Disabling xp_CmdShell - Is it really a best practice?Jeff ModenIntermediate
Five Easy PiecesMichael SwartIntermediate
Full-Text Search in SQL 2012 with Custom ProximitySam NasrIntermediate
Getting Started with Report Services: The Setup Cory StevensonBeginner
Going SpatialFrank MurphyBeginner
Goodbye Next Next Next, Hello Automated InstallsBrian DavisIntermediate
Index Performance Tuning with Dynamic Management ViewsDavid MaxwellBeginner
Interrogating the Transaction Log Frank GillIntermediate
Introducing Power BIStacia MisnerBeginner
Introduction to SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn Availability GroupsAdam BelebczukIntermediate
Introduction to SQL Server Service BrokerAdam BelebczukBeginner
Introduction to SSIS 2012Sam NasrIntermediate
Lunch BreakSQLSaturday 256Non-Technical
Manage SQLServer Efficiently w/PowerShell RemotingAllen WhiteIntermediate
Manageable SSAS Deployment StrategiesKerry TylerBeginner
Maximizing the Data Exploration Capabilities of Power ViewMelissa CoatesBeginner
MS Access with SQL Server Strategies and TipsJuan SotoBeginner
My SQL Server is Not Slow for Pete's Sake! - Server Side Performance Analysis Hope FoleyBeginner
Page Latches for Mere MortalsEddie WuerchAdvanced
Partitioning for Perf and Mgmt of Large TablesEddie WuerchIntermediate
Periodic Table of DMVs: Collecting Baselines Tim FordIntermediate
RaffleSQLSaturday 256Non-Technical
RegistrationsSQLSaturday 256Non-Technical
Spatial Data: Cooler Than You'd Think!Hope FoleyBeginner
SQL 2012 -- All About HA and DRJoseph D'AntoniIntermediate
SQL Server Experts Q & AVarious ArtistsBeginner
SSIS OlympicsCory StevensonIntermediate
SSIS Templates Can Make Your Life EasierBrian DavisBeginner
Taking BI to the Next Level: CollaborationStacia MisnerBeginner
Temporary Objects Without Permanent ConsequencesRick KruegerBeginner
Tools and Techniques for Implementing Corporate and Self-Service BIMelissa CoatesBeginner
Tools to Make Multi-Object Administration EasierFrank GillIntermediate
T-SQL : Bad Habits & Best PracticesAaron BertrandIntermediate
T-SQL: Simple Changes That Go a Long WayDavid ValentineBeginner
Using Compression to Improve Database PerformanceJoseph D'AntoniIntermediate
Using FiletablesSam NasrIntermediate
Using Statistical Semantic SearchSam NasrAdvanced
Windows Azure SQL Database Design: Silver Lining and Dark SideKaren LopezIntermediate
Wish you could live the glamorous consulting life?Juan SotoBeginner
Wrangling performance with Resource GovernorBrandon LeachBeginner
You Wouldn't Let HR Manage Your DBs...Joseph D'AntoniBeginner
You're THE DBA. Now What?Gill RowleyBeginner


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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