The first SQLSaturday I ever attended was #35 in Dallas and the North Texas SQL Server User Group (NTSSUG) set the bar high as host. That was several years ago and scheduling conflicts have prevented me from making the drive up I-45 from Houston to attend another SQLSaturday there. However, this year, I’m honored to be presenting at SQLSaturday #447 Dallas on October 3, 2015. My topic is “Managing SQL Server in the Enterprise with TLAs”. What are TLAs, you ask? Why Three-Letter-Acronyms, of course! The TLAs that I will be discussing which you as a SQL Server DBA should be utilizing are CMS, PBM, and EPM. Come to my session in Room 100 at 8:30am (updated 9/30 for schedule change) and find out how using these features will improve your productivity and help you ensure standards are being followed in your environment.
If you are a data professional within driving distance of the DFW Metroplex, you should consider attending this free day of learning at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) hosted by the North Texas SQL Server User Group.
Check out the entire schedule, including low-priced Pre-con sessions on Friday, and register today to take advantage of this free training!
If you can’t attend this event, then check here for all the currently scheduled SQLSaturdays in the US and around the world! There is likely one occurring near you soon!