SQL Saturday #271 – Albuquerque, New Mexico

sqlsat271_webAnother fine SQL Saturday is headed towards Albuquerque, New Mexico on Saturday January 25th, 2014 and I am honored to be have been selected to speak!

This one holds a special place in my heart as I was supposed to speak at the Albuquerque SQL Saturday in February 2013.  However, if you’ve read my “2013 In the Rearview Mirror” post you would have discovered that I was at the hospital with my second son, Simon.  While I did miss the event, I wouldn’t trade it for the world for being there for my wife & son.  The organizers of the event were fantastic to work with in find me a replacement and I’ll always thank them for that.

So, now a year later, I get to finally get to make the trip down to sunny New Mexico and do something that I absolutely love to do, which is talk about SQL Server.

SQL Server Databaseology 201 – The Study of Database Internals

This is probably one of my favorite presentations as I get to talk about the internal structures of a Microsoft SQL Server database.  I’m not talking about tables, views, or procedures but rather things such as how each row is structured, how does SQL Server keep track of your data and various ways to go diving into the depths of the internals.  This presentation is packed with demo’s and fantastic #Sharknado references!

If you haven’t checked out the schedule yet, you should.  There are some fantastic speakers going to this event.  Speakers like Mike Fal (B|T), Chris Shaw (B|T),  Jason Kassay (T), Jason “Cannonball” Horner (B|T), Denny Cherry (B|T), Steve Jones (B|T), Meagan Longoria (B|T) and many others.

SQL Saturday’s is a great venue for FREE training and I highly encourage you to attend if you can.  It’s one Saturday out of the year and I promise that it’ll be worth your time.

Feel free to come up and introduce yourself!  I enjoy meeting new people and I promise I won’t bite!

What are you waiting for?  Go.  Now.  Register.   Take the leap and move forward in your learning & career!

See you there!

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