I’m currently helping to plan Pittsburgh’s next SQL Saturday. It should be a good day with lots of good sessions by some new (see Steve Hood‘s post here) and some returning speakers.
I’m personally looking forward to the session on Statistical Semantic Search. It’s something I haven’t used before.
Here is the current brochure. If you haven’t signed up yet, what are you waiting for?!
Welcome to SQLSaturday #250 in Pittsburgh
SQLSaturday is a full day FREE training event for SQL Server professionals and those wanting to learn more about SQL Server and network with the SQL Server community. Our event will be held Saturday September 14, 2013 at ITT Technical Institute, 5460 Campbells Run Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15205. Admittance to this event is free, but we charge a fee of $10.00 to help defer the cost of lunch, coffee/tea and water which will be provided to attendees throughout the day.
Pick from more than 30 different sessions and learn from the experts!! Check the schedule to take a peek at the sessions and the speakers. Some of our sponsors are interested in hiring. Don’t forget to stop by at the sponsors table during the event.
Please register soon as seating is limited, and let friends and colleages know about the event.
New this year !! An entire track for “Wanna be DBAs”. Don’t know anything about SQL Server? This track is for you !! Explore the life of a DBA and see if it can be yours too. This is mainly focused towards students and novices. Once you complete your registration at http://www.sqlsaturday.com/250/eventhome.aspx . Register via eventbrite at https://wannabeadba.eventbrite.com/ also( only if you want to attend the “Wanna Be a DBA” track).
Check “Track 0″ under the schedule http://sqlsaturday.com/250/schedule.aspx for session details
Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @SqlSaturdayPitt and join the conversation with the #SqlSat250 hashtag
PreConference Training (Optional and prepaid) – Friday Sept 13, 2013
Introduction to Performance Tuning in SQL Server 2012 presented by John Sterrett and Konstantin Melamud
Have you always wanted to dig into performance tuning but wasn’t sure where to start? During this all day pre-con you will be able to find out which SQL statements are causing your performance problems and you will be able to apply basic concepts to improve your general performance. You will also get all the free tools and scripts the pros use to to their systems.