Well, it has finally happened. In the 7+ years that I helped to run the Omaha SQL/BI User Group, I never once gave a presentation of my own. Of course I spoke, but it was usually about house keeping items for the group or helping to facilitate a “Bring Us Your Problems” session. This is about to change.
As luck would have it, I’m headed back to Omaha for a vacation. By sheer coincidence, my trip coincides with the July 2015 meeting of the Omaha SQL/BI User group. I could not have planned it better.
I am excited to again speak at the meeting, only this time, I’m giving my own presentation.
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.
The meeting will be held on Wednesday, July 8th, 2015 @ 6PM at Farm Credit Services of America. Farm Credit Services of America will be our sponsor for the evening.
Please make sure to RSVP so that there is an accurate head count for food.
See you there!
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