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 TimeTrack 1 - Room: AuditoriumTrack 2 - Room: Room 2Track 3 - Room: Room 3Track 4 - Room: Room 4
08:30 AMSQLSaturday 342

Registrations

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 342

Registrations

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 342

Registrations

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 342

Registrations

Level: Non-Technical
09:00 AMRyan Duclos

Microsoft Azure SQL Database

Level: Beginner
Brian Rigsby

The Binary Language of Music

Level: Beginner
William E Pearson III

Getting Started with MDX

Level: Beginner
Stuart Ainsworth

Managing a Technical Team: Lessons Learned

Level: Beginner

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10:15 AMSQLSaturday 342

Coffee Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 342

Coffee Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 342

Coffee Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 342

Coffee Break

Level: Non-Technical
10:45 AMStuart Ainsworth

The Elephant in the Room; A DBA's Guide to Hadoop

Level: Beginner

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Matthew Roberts

SQL Server Internals

Level: Intermediate
William E Pearson III

Design and Implement BI like Edison!

Level: Beginner
Robert Cain

Zero to Hero with PowerShell and SQL Server in 1 Session

Level: Beginner
12:00 PMStuart Ainsworth

What's in your toolbelt?

Level: Beginner
SQLSaturday 342

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 342

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 342

Lunch Break

Level: Non-Technical
01:15 PMMichael Viron

Fundamentals of Disaster Planning & Recovery

Level: Beginner
Mike Robbins

What’s New in PowerShell Version 5?

Level: Intermediate
Glenda Gable

Data Warehouse Indexes

Level: Beginner
Rohn Edwards

Managing Access Control with PowerShell

Level: Intermediate
02:30 PMSQLSaturday 342

Coffee Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 342

Coffee Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 342

Coffee Break

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 342

Coffee Break

Level: Non-Technical
03:00 PMRyan Duclos

*** Reporting Services Support /Tips/Tricks ***

Level: Beginner
Sven Aelterman

Windows Server 2012 R2 High Availability for SQL Server

Level: Intermediate
Daniel Rosales

Aspect Oriented Programming

Level: Intermediate
Robert Cain

Everything You Ever Knew About SSIS Is Null and Void

Level: Intermediate
04:15 PMRobert Cain

Introducing the SSAS 2012 BI Semantic Model, aka Tabular

Level: Intermediate
Mike Robbins

Learn PowerShell or Die! for the DBA

Level: Intermediate
 Michael Viron

Lessons Learned from Starting Software Development Projects

Level: Beginner
05:30 PMSQLSaturday 342

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 342

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 342

Raffle

Level: Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 342

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
*** Reporting Services Support /Tips/Tricks ***Ryan DuclosBeginner
ABCs of SSISGlenda GableBeginner
Aspect Oriented ProgrammingDaniel RosalesIntermediate
Bridging the Chasm: BI Theory vs. PracticeWilliam E Pearson IIIBeginner
Coffee BreakSQLSaturday 342Non-Technical
Data Warehouse IndexesGlenda GableBeginner
Design and Implement BI like Edison! William E Pearson IIIBeginner
Everything You Ever Knew About SSIS Is Null and VoidRobert CainIntermediate
Fundamentals of Disaster Planning & RecoveryMichael VironBeginner
Getting Started with MDXWilliam E Pearson IIIBeginner
Introducing the SSAS 2012 BI Semantic Model, aka TabularRobert CainIntermediate
Learn PowerShell or Die! for the DBAMike RobbinsIntermediate
Lessons Learned from Starting Software Development ProjectsMichael VironBeginner
Lunch BreakSQLSaturday 342Non-Technical
Managing a Technical Team: Lessons LearnedStuart AinsworthBeginner
Managing Access Control with PowerShellRohn EdwardsIntermediate
Microsoft Azure SQL DatabaseRyan DuclosBeginner
Migrating to Azure SQL DatabaseRyan DuclosBeginner
Permission Management: 12 Pitfalls & MisconceptionsSebastian MeineIntermediate
RaffleSQLSaturday 342Non-Technical
RegistrationsSQLSaturday 342Non-Technical
Self-Service BI with SSAS Daniel EvansIntermediate
So you think MDX is hard?Robert CainIntermediate
SQL Server InternalsMatthew RobertsIntermediate
SQL Server Optimization for SharePointSven AeltermanIntermediate
The Binary Language of MusicBrian RigsbyBeginner
The Elephant in the Room; A DBA's Guide to Hadoop Stuart AinsworthBeginner
Through Gardens Overgrown: PowerPivot to SSAS 2012TabularWilliam E Pearson IIIBeginner
What’s New in PowerShell Version 5?Mike RobbinsIntermediate
What's in your toolbelt?Stuart AinsworthBeginner
Windows Server 2012 R2 High Availability for SQL ServerSven AeltermanIntermediate
Zero to Hero with PowerShell and SQL Server in 1 SessionRobert CainBeginner


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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