San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
September SQL Server user group meeting.
18:15 - Doors Open
18:30 - Introductions
18:45 - SpectrumIT - State of the Industry
SpectrumIT will be dropping past to chat to us about what they are seeing in the job market at the moment. Giving us inormation on how things like industry certifications are viewed by companies, types of industry and where they are located on the south coast along with some other interesting informtion.
19:15 - Mark Pryce-Maher - SQL Server 2014 Nuggets
Mark will be showing some interesting little nuggets about SQL Server 2014 features that are coming in the next version of SQL Server.
19:45 - Pizza, drinks & chat.
20:00 - Richard Douglas - Natural Born Killers, performance issues to be avoided.
You’ll learn simple tricks to write better code, scripts, and tables. Plus, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of common database development and administration mistakes, and how you can avoid them. Plus, you’ll learn how to take corrective action when:
- The optimizer isn’t using all available processors
- The database engine fails to report all the resources a query has used
- The optimizer uses the wrong plan
- Database tables cause memory issues
21:00 - End
When & Where
Southampton Data Platform User Group
Southampton Data Platform user group has been running since 2010, in that time we have had many speakers both local and international present high quality sessions on a range of SQL Server and data platform topics. We aim to deliver high quality training and insight for free to the SQL Server community. We meet on the first Wednesday of each month (except January).
The user group has been run by John Q Martin (Twitter | LinkedIn) & Steph Middleton (Twitter | LinkedIn) for the last four years, in which time we have seen the group grow significatly with members joining and moving on.
We are sponsored by SpectrumIT who are a local recruitment company, setup by recrutiment agents who have helped us by providing the location, Pizza and an Amazon voucher to raffle off each meeting.