Earlier during TechEd 2012, I presented a session on SQL Server Misconception and Resolutions. It was a pleasure to present this session with Vinod Kumar during the event. Great Indian Developer Summit is around the corner and I will be presenting there once again with the same topic. We had an excellent response during the last event; the hall was so filled, but there were plenty who were not able to get into the session as there was no place for them to sit or stand inside. Well, here is another chance for all who missed the presentation.
During the last session, we were a two-presenter tag team, and we presented the session in a sense that it would suit two speakers in one stage. But this time, I am the only presenter, so I decided to present this session in a much different way. I will still assume there are two presenters. One of the presenters will be me, of course, and the second person will be YOU! Yes, you read that right – you will be presenting this session with me. If you wonder how, well, you will have to attend the session to figure it out.
We will be talking about the following topics in the session which we will relate to SQL Server:
- Moon Landing
- Napoléon Bonaparte
- Wall of China
…and of course, SQL Server itself. I promise that this 45 minute- presentation will be the one of the highlights of the event for you.
I can only promise 20 goodies as of the moment. I might bring more when you meet me there.
Title: SQL Server Misconceptions and Resolution – A Practical Perspective
“The earth is flat”! – An ancient common misconception, which has been proven incorrect as we progressed in modern times. In this session, we will see various database misconceptions prevailing and their resolutions with the aid of the demos. In this unique session, the audience will be a part of the conversation and resolution.
Date and Time: April 17, 2012, 16:55 to 17:40
Location: J. N. Tata Auditorium, National Science Symposium Complex (NSSC), Bangalore, India
Reference : Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)