On March 29th 2012 the Edmonton Chapter of PASS is having it’s next meeting. Details below:
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Date: March 29th 2012
Time: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Location: 3rd floor 10180-101 st. (Manulife Place – King Edward Room)
Speaker: Colin Stasiuk
Topic: SQL 2012 – When Worlds Collide
This intro to SQL Server 2012 presentation is going to look at some of the new features and functionality for not only the DBAs (EDMPASS) but also the developers (EDMUG). For the developers in the audience we’re going to discuss and demo new features like paging, result sets, sequence numbers and throws and for the DBAs in the room we’ll discuss AlwaysOn, contained databases, and user defined server roles. Hopefully this will help get you prepared and excited for the upcoming newly released version – SQL Server 2012.
Colin Stasiuk is an MCP, MCTS SQL 2005/2008, MCITP DBDEV, and MCITP DBA. Currently, he is an independent consultant contracted to Invidi Technologies Corporation and also provides remote database support and monitoring through his SQL Wingmen service offering. Colin is an accomplished Microsoft SQL Server DBA who has been working with SQL Server since 1996. He is the owner of Benchmark IT Consulting and is always willing to lend a hand with questions in many SQL Server community forums and via Twitter. His specialties include SQL Server Administration, Performance Tuning, Security, Best Practice / Standards, Upgrades, and Consolidation. Colin is the Regional Mentor for PASS Canada, President and founder of EDMPASS, and co-author of Pro SQL Server 2008 Policy-Based Management.
5:00 pm – Pizza and Socializing
5:30 pm – Sponsor Presentation
5:45 pm – Feature Presentation
7:00 pm – Wrap Up and Draws
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Hope to see you there.
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