Well, I will be seeing everyone in Nashville at the SQL Saturday #51. My session will be on Monitoring Data Changes With Change Data Capture so I am already checking into trying to do some kind of really crazy type of demo to really underpin the technology and the speed and resourcefulness that it brings to the DBAs arsenal…Mwahahahahaha!..(cough)..excuse me. Anywho, Perpetual Technologies, Inc (PTI), my employer is also a sponsor of the event so look for me to be by the table at least part of the day….I am thinking that I will maybe blog all day about the event in a series of miniblogs …..have to tie that in to twitter maybe by using the hashtag in the title…Hmmmm….
Or maybe the lunch room will be free and I will just do some ad hoc stuff…..that would be pretty cool as well….in any case, it should be a really good time….So if you haven’t signed up yet then be sure to do so or risk being labeled a LAMO!
Here’s the whole schedule below….A little messy but hey you can only do so much with cut and paste:)
Planning your ETL architecture with SSIS
The Dirty Dozen: PowerShell Scripts for Busy DBAs
EPM using R2 and SharePoint 2010
Creating Custom Components for SSIS
SQL Server 2008 R2 Utility and Data-tier Apps
Realizing ROI for Business Intelligence Projects
Gather SQL Server Performance Data with PowerShell
Design and Implement Like Edison!
The Social DBA: Resources for Career Building
Database Design for Developers
Information Visualization – Designing great Charts
Are You Following Your Own Best Practices?
Working with Spatial Data in SQL Server 2008
Data Mining with PowerPivot 2010
Fundamentals of SQL Server Internals
Analysis Services 2008 End-to-End
Monitoring Data Changes with Change Data Capture
SQL Server Service Broker
From Access To SQL Server
DMV Emergency Room!
Make Reporting Services Work For You
Take the Awesomeness Home: the Data Collector
Common TSQL Mistakes
Building a Professional Development Plan
Fortress SQL Server
Introduction to MDX for SQL Programmers
What Are You Waiting For?
Data Dude – Making DB developers more productive
Data Mining in Action: A case study
Introduction to SQL Server Statistics