I am honored to be speaking at the Edmonton SQL Server User Group. I always find it humbling to be asked to present and I thank the group for the opportunity. My travel budget will not allow for me to be onsite for this meeting, so this will be a remote presentation.
If you are lucky enough to be in the area, here are the location details:
The meeting will be on Thursday, July 23th, 2015 @ 6PM (MDT).
Have you ever taken apart a toaster or an alarm clock just to see how it worked? Ever wondered how that database actually functions at the record level, behind the scenes? SQL Server Databaseology is the study of SQL Server databases and their structures down to the very core of the records themselves. In this session, we will explore some of the deep inner workings of a SQL Server database at the record and page level. You will walk away with a better understanding of how SQL Server stores data and that knowledge that will allow you to build better and faster databases.
Please make sure to RSVP so that the organizers have an accurate head count!
See you Thursday!