New England Data Camp v.1.0

January 7, 2009 at 3:25 pm (PASS, SQL Server 2008, TSQL) (, , )


It’s getting a lot closer to the 24th. 

On Saturday, January 24th, the first ever New England Data Camp will launch. We’ve got a number of speakers registered. Aaron Bertrand and Andrew Novick are guys I’ve got a lot respect for. I’ve been to their presentations before and they’ve been consistently very good.  We’ve got a few guys I haven’t heard of personally, Talbott Crowell, Ayad Shammout, Sunil Kadimdiwan, Igor Moochnick. I’m going to present on execution plans and multi-environment deployments using DBPro (updated from the PASS presentation).  The other presentations cover topics from using the Resource Governor on SQL Server 2008 to Defending SQL Server from Injection Attacks to Create better and more Useful Cubes.

It’s shaping up to be an actual event. If you’re in the neighborhood (New England), stop by.

The main organizer is Adam Machanic of the New England SQL Server Users Group. That’s partnered with the Southern New England SQL Server Users Group. It’s all under the banner of PASS.

It’s taking place at the Microsoft facility in Waltham on Saturday, January 24th. You can register here. If you’re interested in presenting, speaker registration is here.

UPDATE: Misspelled Aaron’s name. Sorry man.

1 Comment

  1. Aaron Bertrand said,

    No worries.

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