I’ll be speaking at SQL Saturday #38 in Jacksonville

If you didn’t make it to my webcast on MSDN’s geekSpeak yesterday you can catch me at SQL Saturday #38 in Jacksonville this weekend.  As always I’ll be including a few new scripts since the last time I gave this presentation.  There will be a lot of great speakers down in Jacksonville and the last I heard, there were over 550 people registered.

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In addition to my PowerShell for Data Professionals session I will also be doing a presentation on using Hyper-V and SCVMM to manage your Dev and Test environments called Virtualize This! 

Oh, and please remember to bring lots of good questions.

Start Time 1202 (Auditorium) 1400 1402 1404 1406 Business Intelligence -1102
9:00 AM Plamen Ratchev Andy Warren Dean Richards Jorge Segarra Michael Antonovich Brian McDonald
  Common SQL Programming Mistakes Introduction to Statistics Tuna Helper for SQL Server DBA’s SQL University 101: Starting the SQL Journey XML 101 for the SQL Developer Introduction to SQL Server Reporting Services 2008
10:15 AM Dean Richards Jorge Segarra Jared Nielsen Brandie Tarvin Michael Antonovich Bradley Schacht
  Response Time Analysis of SQL Server Performance Policy-Based Management: Administration Made Easy SQL and SEO – Database Design and Web Marketing T-SQL 102: Aliases and Table Joins Publishing Access Applications to SharePoint Introduction to SQL Server Integration Services
11:15 AM           Michael Flora
            Mini – SSIS for the DBA
12:00 PM Rodney Landrum Timothy McAliley Eric Wisdahl Troy Gallant Jonathon Moorman Devin Knight
  Demystyfying SQL Code and Object Deployments ITIL V3 for the Database Administrator SSIS Configurations, Expressions and Constraints Introduction to Transactional Replication Basics of Sql Server Profiler Introduction to Data Warehousing
1:15 PM Aaron Nelson Steve Schneider Robby Robertson Shawn Harrison Sumeet Bansal Mike Davis
  Virtualize This! Encryption How-To 101 SSIS Deployment Strategies Using Parameters in SSRS Accelerating SQL with Solid State Technology Building your First Cube in Analysis Services 2008
2:30 PM Plamen Ratchev Jeff Cole Vikas Hawaldar Eric Wisdahl Mustika Nengah Adam Jorgensen
  Refactoring SQL for Performance Heterogeneous Data Integration with SSIS & CDC Introduction to Data Mining using SQL 2008 An Introductory Look at Execution Plans Accessing Cube using ADOMD.NET Introduction to SharePoint 2010 BI and PowerPivot
3:45 PM Jonathon Moorman Elijah Baker Aaron Nelson Shawn McGehee Eric Humphrey Brian Knight
  Everything you wanted to know about IDENTITY colum Table Partitioning: The Basics PowerShell for the Data Professional SQL Server 2008 Resource Governor  High Anxiety with ORMs Iron Chef Competition: Loading a Data Warehouse

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  1. Where did you put the PoSh scripts that you demonstrated on Sat. in Jax at your presentation?

    1. I have already blogged about almost every script that I used down in Jacksonville. You can also get a download of the scripts here.

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