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 TimeGeneral Track - Room: Sponsor AreaTrack #1 - Room: Rm. 317Track #3 - Room: Rm. 313Track #4 - Room: Rm. 309Track #5 - Room: Rm. 308Track #6 - Room: Rm 312Track #2 - Room: Rm. 115
07:45 AMSQLSaturday 340

Registrations

Level: Non-Technical
      
08:45 AM Itzik Ben-Gan

Boost your T-SQL with the APPLY Operator

Level: Intermediate
David Dye

Location Location Location Preparing and Presenting Geographic Data

Level: Beginner
TJay Belt

Documentation – you know you love it

Level: Beginner

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Darrell Burns

Access-to-SQL Server Nuts and Bolts

Level: Intermediate
Simon Cho

Transaction

Level: Intermediate

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10:00 AM Itzik Ben-Gan

Identity, Sequence and ROW_NUMBER

Level: Intermediate
John McAllister

Master Data Management - Getting Started with SQL Server MDS

Level: Beginner
Prakash Heda

Standardize SQL Server Implementations (Dev to Prod)

Level: Intermediate
Robert Hatton

Thinking in SQL

Level: Beginner
Andrew Karcher

SQL 2012 Programmability Enhancements

Level: Beginner
Tegile Systems

Topic TBD - Tegile Presentation

Level: Beginner
11:15 AM Benjamin Nevarez

Understanding Parameter Sniffing

Level: Intermediate
David Moutray

Data Quality: Boosting Software Performance and Business Profit

Level: Beginner
TJay Belt

Database Monitoring : Trying To Keep Sane

Level: Beginner
Mickey Stuewe

Keeping your SQL Objects Safe In Development

Level: Beginner
David Sumlin

Turbo Charged SQL Development With SQL#

Level: Intermediate
David Dye

Column Level Encryption

Level: Beginner
12:15 PMSQLSaturday 340

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
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Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
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Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
 
12:30 PMSQLSaturday 340

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
Aaron Rigney

(Cisco) - Optimize Your SQL Server 2014 Workloads with Cisco UCS

Level: Intermediate
Trent Sherman

(Confio/SolarWinds) Advanced Performance Tuning Tips with Database Performance Analyzer (formerly Co

Level: Intermediate
Chuck Armstrong

(Violing Memory) Flash storage 101 and what it can do for your databases

Level: Beginner
 SQLSaturday 340

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
 
1:30 PM Benjamin Nevarez

Dive into the Query Optimizer-Undocumented Insight

Level: Advanced
Joe Rossi

Hadoop - Past, Present and Future

Level: Beginner
David Dye

Implementing Auditing in SQL Server 2012

Level: Beginner
David Moutray

How to become a better SQL Developer

Level: Beginner
David McCarter

Rock Your Technical Interview (Part 1)

Level: Non-Technical
Brandon Leach

Treating Tables Like Legos, Partitioning Basics

Level: Beginner
2:45 PM Benjamin Nevarez

Query Processing in In-Memory OLTP (Hekaton)

Level: Intermediate
Virginia Mushkatblat

Advanced SSIS Techniques

Level: Intermediate
Yong Ji

CI for DB

Level: Intermediate
David Moutray

First Normal Form

Level: Beginner
David McCarter

Rock Your Technical Interview (Part 2)

Level: Non-Technical
Brandon Leach

SQL Server Storage internals: Looking under the hood.

Level: Advanced
4:00 PM Grant Fritchey

Statistics and Query Optimization

Level: Intermediate
 Andrew Karcher

A NoSQL Primer for the SQL Server Developer

Level: Beginner
David Moutray

Developers vs. DBAs

Level: Beginner
TJay Belt

Database Release Management: Tips to help organize it

Level: Intermediate
Randy Knight

But it worked great in Dev! Perfomance for Devs

Level: Beginner
5:15 PMSQLSaturday 340

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 340

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 340

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 340

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 340

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 340

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 340

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
(Cisco) - Optimize Your SQL Server 2014 Workloads with Cisco UCSAaron RigneyIntermediate
(Confio/SolarWinds) Advanced Performance Tuning Tips with Database Performance Analyzer (formerly CoTrent ShermanIntermediate
(Violing Memory) Flash storage 101 and what it can do for your databasesChuck ArmstrongBeginner
A NoSQL Primer for the SQL Server DeveloperAndrew KarcherBeginner
Access-to-SQL Server Nuts and BoltsDarrell BurnsIntermediate
Advanced SSIS TechniquesVirginia MushkatblatIntermediate
Agile EDW Design Methods: Model Storming and Data Daniel UptonIntermediate
Boost your T-SQL with the APPLY OperatorItzik Ben-GanIntermediate
Building a Database Deployment PipelineGrant FritcheyIntermediate
Building a Database Deployment PipelineGrant FritcheyIntermediate
But it worked great in Dev! Perfomance for DevsRandy KnightBeginner
CI for DBYong JiIntermediate
Column Level EncryptionDavid DyeBeginner
Data Quality: Boosting Software Performance and Business ProfitDavid MoutrayBeginner
Database Monitoring : Trying To Keep SaneTJay BeltBeginner
Database Release Management: Tips to help organize itTJay BeltIntermediate
Developers vs. DBAsDavid MoutrayBeginner
Dive into the Query Optimizer-Undocumented InsightBenjamin NevarezAdvanced
Documentation – you know you love itTJay BeltBeginner
First Normal FormDavid MoutrayBeginner
Getting Started Reading Execution PlansGrant FritcheyIntermediate
Getting Started Reading Execution PlansGrant FritcheyIntermediate
Hadoop - Past, Present and FutureJoe RossiBeginner
How to become a better SQL DeveloperDavid MoutrayBeginner
Identity, Sequence and ROW_NUMBERItzik Ben-GanIntermediate
Implementing Auditing in SQL Server 2012 David DyeBeginner
Inside Transactional ReplicationPrabhakaran BhaskaranIntermediate
Keeping your SQL Objects Safe In DevelopmentMickey StueweBeginner
Location Location Location Preparing and Presenting Geographic Data David DyeBeginner
Locks, Blocks, and Deadlocks Oh My!Randy KnightIntermediate
Lunch BreakSQLSaturday 340Non-Technical
Master Data Management - Getting Started with SQL Server MDSJohn McAllisterBeginner
Query Processing in In-Memory OLTP (Hekaton)Benjamin NevarezIntermediate
RaffleSQLSaturday 340Non-Technical
RegistrationsSQLSaturday 340Non-Technical
Rock Your Technical Interview (Part 1)David McCarterNon-Technical
Rock Your Technical Interview (Part 2)David McCarterNon-Technical
Silent Killers Lurking in Your Database DesignMickey StueweIntermediate
SQL 2012 Programmability EnhancementsAndrew KarcherBeginner
SQL Server Storage internals: Looking under the hood.Brandon LeachAdvanced
Standardize SQL Server Implementations (Dev to Prod)Prakash HedaIntermediate
Statistics and Query OptimizationGrant FritcheyIntermediate
Statistics and Query OptimizationGrant FritcheyIntermediate
Thinking in SQLRobert HattonBeginner
Topic TBD - Tegile PresentationTegile SystemsBeginner
TransactionSimon ChoIntermediate
Treating Tables Like Legos, Partitioning BasicsBrandon LeachBeginner
Turbo Charged SQL Development With SQL#David SumlinIntermediate
Understanding Parameter SniffingBenjamin NevarezIntermediate
Understanding SQL Server XML Features Randy KnightIntermediate
Understanding the SQL Server Transaction LogRandy KnightIntermediate
Understanding Transaction Isolation LevelsRandy KnightIntermediate


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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