SQL Server Performance Tuning Real-World Scenarios – Training Day at #SQLBits 2020

I am very excited to present my day long (pre-con) known as Training Day at SQLBits. SQLBits is the largest conference in Europe and has the best possible learning experience out there in the SQL World. I will be presenting a day-long training day (pre-con) at SQLbits on 31 March 2020 ExCel London on the topic SQL Server Performance Tuning Real-World Scenarios. This blog post is about SQLBits Training Day’s trailer.

SQL Server Performance Tuning Real-World Scenarios

I have been working as SQL Server Performance Tuning Consultant for over the last 10 years and I have seen many different complicated problems while helping my clients. I have been maintaining a repository of the problems and their solutions to me. In this year’s pre-con, I am going to open my business secrets to everyone. We will see various complicated real-world problems that you see in the real world and their resolutions.

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Before the beginning of the session, we will see the show list content of the pre-con to everyone. Every attendee will get the opportunity to vote on the topic they want to see and we will build our learning path together. Once we have a learning path build, we will immediately jump on each topic and learn them together.

Register for Training Day

Read more about my pre-conference here.

I will be presenting a day-long training day (pre-con) at SQLbits on 31 March 2020 ExCel London on the topic SQL Server Performance Tuning Real-World Scenarios. This blog post is about SQLBits Training Day. SQLbits is from 31 Mar to 4 April and the full registration is just £999 for the whole event. If you want to sign up for just a workshop it is £375.

Please sign up quickly to reserve your seats as they sell out very quickly.

Register Now as last year the seats were sold out in the first few days.

Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)

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