SQL Saturday #307 – Iowa City, IA

sqlsat307_webAlthough I will admit that I’m late on getting this blog post out, it’s that time again.

I am honored to have been selected to speak at SQL Saturday #307 in Iowa City, Iowa this year.  So, later today I’ll be making the 4 hour drive over to see the awesome folks in Iowa.  It looks like to be a great day for a scenic drive and I’m looking forward to some quiet time on the road.

So if you have nothing better to do on Saturday, June 7th, 2014, come on out and get your learn on.  The schedule for this event is quite impressive and there will be a TON of things to learn.

I triple dog dare you to come out (name that movie), introduce yourself to me, and get your learn on!

10 Things Every DBA Should Know!

This session is one that I’ve given before and very much enjoy giving it.  There are a ton of things that DBA’s need to know, but in this session I go over some of the things that I’ve seen in the trenches.  We’ll talk about things such as SELECT *, data types, Auto Shrink and a couple of other things.  I don’t want to ruin the whole thing for you.  So, if you are new the DBA realm or just want to come watch me present, please stop by.  Bring your energy and your questions and we’ll get it done!

I’ll be in the Room 2520B –  1:00PM.  It’s a session right after lunch so I reserve the right to throw things at you if you fall asleep from lunch! I’m a former lineman so I can’t throw worth a darn so you might be safe.  Your neighbor sitting next to you on the other hand might be in trouble.

Free Training

Remember that this event is a FREE day of awesome SQL Server training and professional development.  Check out the schedule and register.  In today’s economy, how can you afford to pass up FREE training?!?!

If you make it out my session, make sure to come up and introduce yourself as I’d love to meet you! I know I can look like a mean DBA but I promise that I’m not.  =)

See you in Iowa City!

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