March User Group Meeting
Start Date/Time: Thursday, March 17, 2016 6:30 PM
Recurring Event: One time event
Importance: Normal Priority
Location: Markel Plaza (Building 1)
Description:

Bare Naked Skinny on SQL Server

Speaker: Jason Brimhall

Session Abstract:Ever feel like there are just too many layers with SQL Server? You peel off a layer and behold there is yet another layer. SQL Server is rather complex. The complexities can be rather frustrating from time to time.

Join this NSFW (not safe for whining) session as we strip SQL down to the bare bones. I will help you undress the complexities of a few of the basic SQL Server concepts. These concepts will include locks, principals, query directives and deadlocks.

In this session I will disrobe misunderstandings related to the aforementioned topics. I will show the different types of principals in SQL Server. I will also show various scenarios involving locks and deadlocks along with some of their effects with and without query directives. The goal is to better understand these topics and to hopefully stop using and perpetuating common mis-uses of terminology and common misconceptions about the technology.

Speaker Bio:
Jason Brimhall has more than 10 years of experience and has worked with SQL Server 6.5 through SQL 2014. He has experience in performance tuning, high transaction environments, and large environments. He is currently a consultant specializing in performance tuning, server analysis, and problem resolution. Jason is a Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) MVP for SQL Server.

Sponsor:
TBA

Registration:
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Owned by Jamie Wick On Monday, February 15, 2016

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