Making Developers lives easier with SQL Server 2016


As part of the Steel City SQL May 2016 Meetup, I gave a presentation on the ‘Mission Critical Features of the Next Generation of SQL Server‘.

I spoke about the rich set of capabilities of SQL Server 2016 and the new & improved features relating to Performance, Productivity and Security. I explained how the life of a SQL Developer and Database Administrator will soon be transformed with features like Query Store, Live Query Statistics, Comparing Execution Plans, Built-in JSON Support, Temporal Database, Stretch Database and other nice T-SQL enhancements. We also looked at the new security features – Always Encrypted, Row Level Security and Dynamic Data Masking.

I recently uploaded the presentation video to YouTube, so thought of sharing it with all of you –

 
More about Steel City SQL Server Group

Steel City SQL Server Users Group is the Birmingham, AL chapter for the Professional Association for SQL Server or PASS. PASS is the world’s largest, user-run community dedicated to Microsoft SQL Server technologies including Database Administration, Database Development and Business Intelligence.

Steel City SQL is promoting the goals of PASS locally in Birmingham through the monthly meetings, by giving attendees the opportunity to Connect with other SQL Server users, learn from a presentation on a relevant SQL Server or Business Intelligence topic and share by giving attendees the opportunity to present to group or simply share solutions to problems that they have seen.

If you are interested, you can get additional information about the group including the upcoming meeting schedule at steelcitysql.org or by contacting steelcitysql@gmail.com

We meet on the third Tuesday of every month at Samford University campus–

Russell Hall – Third Floor
Samford University
800 Lakeshore Drive
Birmingham, Alabama, 35229

This is an awesome group and I would encourage all my friends and SQL developers in and around Birmingham to come and join us. If there are any questions, do let me know.

 

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