Speaking at SQL Saturday #29 in Birmingham

I just received word that I will be speaking at SQL Saturday #29 in Birmingham Steel City.


I’ll be speaking on two topics, PowerShell and Virtualization.  I’ve got two new tricks that I’ve put together for the PowerShell session since #33 in Charlotte so we’ll see if I can squeeze them into my already overflowing session.  I guess I’ll just have to leave out a few of the developer jokes 😉 .  I’m been busily deleting things off of my hard drive so that I can get better demos available for the Virtualization session.  I hope that does the trick because I don’t have an extra $700 to splurge on a larger SSD.

Before and between my sessions I will be trying to catch Adam Jorgensen PowerPivot for Excel and SharePoint 2010 (since so far he’s snubbing us in Atlanta) Kevin Boles SQL Server Memory Deep Dive and I’m thinking I might check out Rodney Landrum DBA Repository Update 2010 Using SSRS and SSIS

I hope to see you there!

More Details:

What: An all day FREE training event with 20 technical SQL Server sessions spread out over three tracks of Business Intelligence, Database Administration and SQL Development. Breakfast and lunch will be provided at the event and there will be an after party at the Tilted Kilt on Hwy 280.

When:  Saturday, March, 27, 2010. Online registration is now open, but it is filling up fast so reserve your spot now. Attendee check-in will begin at 8:00am until 8:45am with opening comments from 8:45am to 9:00am and the first sessions beginning at 9:15am. A full list of session tracks and schedule is available.

Where: The Shelby-Hoover Campus of Jefferson State Community College at the new Health Sciences Building at the intersection of Valleydale Road and Jaguar Drive across from Veterans Park near Spain Park High School at 4600 Valleydale Road Birmingham, AL 35242.

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register online to reserve your spot. Show up and attend the sessions that you like.

SQL Saturday! #29 is presented by Steel City SQL, the Birmingham Chapter of the Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) and brought to you by these sponsors.

Start TimeBusiness IntelligenceDatabase AdministrationDatabase Administration 2SQL Development
9:15 AMAdam JorgensenLouis DavidsonJim WooleySven Aelterman
PowerPivot for Excel and SharePoint 2010Database Design FundamentalsLINQ Kinq for the DBA GuyFILESTREAM in Breadth
10:30 AMKevin GrohoskeLouis DavidsonKevin BolesSven Aelterman
Location Aware Applications Using SQL Server 2008 Database Design PatternsSQL Server Memory Deep DiveFILESTREAM in Depth
12:15 PMVincent MayfieldJanis GriffinKevin BolesAaron Nelson
ASP.NET for the Enterprise with NLB and ClusteringTuna Helper for SQL Server DBA’sParallel Query Execution Deep DivePowerShell for Data Professionals 
1:30 PMRobert CainGeoff HitenRodney LandrumJoe Webb
Introduction to SQL Server Integration ServicesScale-Out the DBA.DBA Repository Update 2010 Using SSRS and SSIS. Tips & Tricks for Writing Better Queries
2:45 PMBarry RalstonGeoff HitenAaron NelsonJoe Webb
Introduction to MDX for SQL ProgrammersClustering for Mere Mortals.Virtualize This!SQL Server Locking & Blocking Made Simple

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One Response

  1. Aaron, congrats on being selected to speak, and wish I was going, I had a great time with the Birmingham team last year. Get them to show you some local bbq!

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