Trust me, learning SQL Server can be boring at times, but I promise you that we will make this extremely interesting and also a lot of fun. You will not only learn SQL Server but along with that you will also learn clear, actionable tricks which you can immediately implement in your organization.
You can read about my pre-con by clicking over here. The pre-con are scheduled on February 12, 2018.
Here are the sessions which I will be presenting at Difinity 2018:
36 Scripts: Performance Tricks Jedi Master Wants You to Know
Pre-Conference Full Day Workshop
Level: 300 (Advanced)
February 12, 2018
“Train yourself to let go of everything you fear to lose.” – Yoda
1) Identifying and resolve common performance tuning patterns and anti-patters
2) Proactively resolving optimization bottlenecks and issues
3) Plan ahead for unexpected performance issue while upgrading to the latest version of SQL Server 2014 and 2016
Stay alert for pop quizzes.
Performance in 60 Seconds – SQL Tricks Everybody MUST Know
Length: 75 minutes
Level: 100 – Basic
February 13, 2018
Secrets of SQL Server – Database Worst Practices
Length: 75 minutes
Level: 200 – Intermediate
February 14, 2018
SQL Saturday Wellington
While, I am in New Zealand, I am going to maximize my community engagement and I will be also attending SQL Saturday Wellington following weekend on February 17, 2018. SQL Saturday team has also decided to increase the community engagement by adding a pre-con day to this event on February 16, 2018.
I will be presenting a pre-con on Feb 16, 208 on my favorite SQL Server Performance Tuning topic Zero to Hero: 30 Essential Performance Scripts for Every DBA. You can read all the information about the pre-con over here. On the very next day, I will be also presenting a hour long session Kick Start! SQL Server 2016/2017 Performance Tips and Tricks, where I will be discussing various SQL Server Trips and Ticks.
If you from New Zealand, we must meet in either of the event.
Update: If you are not able to attend these event, you can also sign up for online course – SQL Server Performance Tuning Practical Workshop.
Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)