SQLSaturday #263 - Manila 2013

Event Date: 11/23/2013 00:00:00

Event Location:

  • University of Makati
  • JP Rizal Ext
  • Makati City, West Rembo, Philippines

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This is a list of sessions from the event, based on the schedule in the XML files.

Title: Practical SQL CLR

Abstract: Learn practical uses of SQL CLR and how it can help you improve your database performance. Also, learn to write your own SQL CLR.


  • Timothy Mislos

Track and Room: SQL Professional and Developers - N/A

Title: SQL Server 2012 HA Options

Abstract: SQL Server 2012 have several options for providing Database Professionals with High Availability solutions. This session will provide Audience insight in selecting the proper solution that meets their needs.


  • Michael Corpuz

Track and Room: SQL Professional and Developers - N/A

Title: Alternative ETL development with Kettle

Abstract: In this session attendee gets to learn ETL development outside the confines of Business Intelligence Development Studio, using an open source ETL tool called Kettle and why in some respect is more superior to SSIS.


  • Romeliz Valenciano

Track and Room: SQL Professional and Developers - N/A

Title: Commodity Server Provisioning for Database Servers

Abstract: Powerful servers are now being commoditized and are becoming mainstream and very affordable. However, most of us, with the exception of those dealing with the very large exotic server setups, lack knowledge on how we acquire off-the-shelf servers and components relative to how our SQL Server databases be after sometime. In this session, learn the basics on what to look for in a hardware that would fit to our specifications as database servers relative to our needs. This session will also cover best practices in setting up and configuring these servers (e.g. RAID, paritioning, etc)


  • Toto Gamboa

Track and Room: SQL Professional and Developers - N/A

Title: Developing and Deploying SSIS Solutions

Abstract: Developing and Deploying SSIS Solutions


  • Jennifer Osorio

Track and Room: SQL Professional and Developers - N/A


This is a list of speakers from the XML Guidebook records. The details and URLs were valid at the time of the event.

Timothy Mislos

Contact: http://www.facebook.com/empty24

I am a SharePoint developer with three years experience.In that three years, I also handled ASP.Net and CRM developments.Also a part-time instructor in Polytechnic University of the Philippines which handles subjects like, C#, SQL Server, ASP.Net.A nature lover and a mountaineer!

Jennifer Osorio

Jennifer is currently working as an Enterprise Database Administrator of Takecare Insurance Company, Inc. prior to that, she has worked under developer capacity on J2EE and ABAP systems with MySQL and SAPDB before she joined Fortune Tobacco Corporation where she gained experience working in SQL Server.

Romeliz Valenciano

Contact: http://twitter.com/bonskijr

“Loving” husband and Database Developer for a BPO company, and sometimes moonlights as an application developer for the same company.

Michael Corpuz

Contact: http://mvp.microsoft.com/en-us/mvp/Michael%20Corpuz-4000687

man of Faith, a father of 2 children, works as a software architect, a Microsoft MVP — loves photography, likes fishing, appreciates travelling, and enjoys playing basketball

Toto Gamboa

Contact: http://www.totogamboa.com

Toto Gamboa is a software designer and developer and is specializing on databases and information search. He runs a small ISV (GSoft Solutions Incorporated) developing products for the schools. He also moonlights as an SQL Server consultant. – On weekends, he does bird photography, goes fishing and loves road trips. He has no TV! He is also an MVP for SQL Server in the Philippines for the past 7 years.


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