SQLSaturday NYC

i’m surely HOPE i successfully signed up for this (and Providence).  Aug 17 2013 at Microsoft Office, 1290 Avenue of the Americas, 6th Flr, New York, NY 10104.

5:45 from New Haven to GCT arriving at 7:43 AM.  Leaving at 5:30, 6:07 or 6:34 getting back from 7-8pm $20.50 rt.

Start Time
Track 1 – Room: Room A
Track 2 – Room: Room B
Track 3 – Room: Room C
Track 4 – Room: Room D
Track 5 – Room: Room E
Track 6 – Room: Room F
Track 7 – Room: Room G
Track 8 – Room: Room H
08:30 AM
SQLSaturday 235
Kickoff / Keynote
Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 235
Kickoff / Keynote
Non-Technical
           
09:00 AM
Thomas LaRock
Database Design: Size DOES Matter
Intermediate
Jeffrey Garbus
Indexing for performance
Intermediate
David Klee
Database Health and Performance
Intermediate
Michael Corey
Virtualizing SQL 2012: Doing It Right
Intermediate
Ted Krueger
Upgrading to SQL Server 2012 with limited downtime
Beginner
David Dye
Dealing With Errors in SSIS 2012
Advanced
Carl Berglund
How to Create a Self-Managed SQL Server Utility without SQL Server Enterprise Edition
Intermediate
Timothy McAliley
A Walk Around the SQL Server 2012 Audit Feature
Intermediate
10:15 AM
Kevin Kline
SQL Server Internals and Architecture
Intermediate
Ben DeBow
Surviving Your Peak Database Load
Intermediate
Robert Pearl
HealthySQL
Beginner
Stacia Misner
Using Power View & Hadoop to Unlock Hidden Markets
Beginner
Allan Hirt
Patch Management Strategies for SQL Server
Beginner
Paul Rizza
ETL not ELT! Common mistakes and misconceptions about SSIS
Advanced
Virginia Mushkatblat
Data Flow Architectures in Software Development Life-Cycle
Intermediate
Kevin Feit
SQL Server Sudoku Solver using Transact-SQL
Beginner
11:30 AM
SQLSaturday 235
Lunch / Vendor Presentations
Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 235
Lunch / Vendor Presentations
Non-Technical
Melissa Demsak / Kathi Kellenberger
WIT Panel / Lunch
Non-Technical
         
12:30 PM
Steve Simon
Alright,WHY is the server REALLY running so slow!
Intermediate
Alex Grinberg
Advanced T-SQL Development with latest features.
Intermediate
George Walters
SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn Availability Groups
Beginner
Wayne Sheffield
Minimally Invasive – Tools to Doctor Up Your Code
Intermediate
Edwin Sarmiento
The Transaction Log and How It Affects HA/DR
Advanced
Martin Schoombee
The 10 Commandments of ETL
Beginner
John Morehouse
SQL Server Databaseology 201
Intermediate
John Miner
How to audit and prevent unwanted user actions.
Intermediate
01:45 PM
Andrew Brust
Big Data-BI Fusion: Microsoft HDInsight & MS BI
Intermediate
Joseph D’Antoni
Into the Blue: Extending AlwaysOn Availability Groups
Intermediate
Troy Gallant
Indexing your Data Warehouse
Intermediate
Ashish Sharma
SQL Server 2014 – Staying Ahead of the curve
Intermediate
Karen Lopez
Windows Azure SQL Database Design: Silver Lining and Dark Side
Intermediate
Steve Hughes
Building BI Solutions with Excel 2013
Beginner
John Abrams
How to Build a Centralized Database Monitoring Solution – Never Miss a Backup
Beginner
SB Chatterjee
New version: Get-PowerShell | Get-SQLServer
Beginner
03:00 PM
Kevin Goff
SSAS Tabular 2012 vs SSAS Multidimensional OLAP
Intermediate
Simon Facer
Ask the Microsoft PFE
Lightning Talk
Kathi Kellenberger
Indexes: The Basics
Beginner
Matt Velic
Automating in the Cloud
Intermediate
Thomas Grohser
SQL Server Storage Engine under the hood
Intermediate
Daniel Bowlin
SSIS templates, configurations and variables, oh my
Intermediate
Mike Hillwig
Recovery and Backup for Beginners
Beginner
Don Gabor
Networking and Building Connections for IT Professionals
Non-Technical
04:15 PM
Edward Pollack
Query Optimization Crash Course
Beginner
Kevin Boles
Common TSQL Mistakes
Intermediate
David Bermingham
Deploying Highly Available SQL Servers in the Amazon EC2 Cloud
Intermediate
Melissa Demsak
Data Career Paths and Decision Making Strategies
Non-Technical
Leonard Lobel
Database Development with SQL Server Data Tools
Intermediate
Samuel Vanga
Biml for Fun and Profit with SSIS
Intermediate
Chris Bell
“Indexing” Encrypted Data
Intermediate
Hilary Cotter
Merge Replicaton Internals
Advanced
05:30 PM
SQLSaturday 235
Closing / Prizes
Non-Technical
SQLSaturday 235
Closing / Prizes
Non-Technical
           
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