One more weekend coming up and one more exciting speaking engagement. This time it will be the Gulf Coast Code Camp at Mobile, AL.
The Gulf Coast Code Camp is a free one-day code camp being held at the University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama. It is being organized by an enthusiastic group of wonderful people. I must say they have a beautiful website and their email & twitter campaign has been really nice. You can look at the session details and register here —
This will be Mobile’s largest technical event in 2017 and a great networking opportunity. There will be quality talks on Web Development, Cloud Technologies, DevOps, Database, Front end technologies and more. If this interests you, make sure you register and also help spread the word in social media.
I am excited to be presenting 2 talks during this event —
I will be presenting the SQL Server 2016 talk at the PASS Summit 2017 in Seattle next month. So it will be a good practice run for me and am sure the attendees will like it.
Another talk on SSMS 2017 Productivity, which I have presented multiple times this year to different audience and have always received a good feedback.
The details of the session are below —
Making Developers Lives Easier with SQL Server 2016
Do you want insights into how your data has changed over a period of time?
Are you using JSON as your data interchange format and want to integrate with SQL Server?
Do you wish to have more statistical/historical information while troubleshooting a T-SQL performance issue?
Do you face any problem while troubleshooting a long running query?
Have you encountered performance issues after server/application upgrades?
If your answer to any of the above questions is YES, then this session is for YOU.
During this content rich and demo intensive session, you will understand the rich capabilities of SQL Server 2016 and how the life of a SQL Developer is getting transformed with features like Query Store, Live Query Statistics, Comparing Execution Plans, Built-in JSON Support, Temporal Database and other nice T-SQL enhancements.
Coding at 100 mph: Tips and Tricks in SSMS 2017
In this session, you will learn a number of tips and tricks which will enhance your productivity and efficiency in SQL Server Management Studio IDE. We will explore ways to stop doing manual repetitive tasks, use shortcuts, type less and generate more lines of code in minimal time. At the end of this session, you will learn some useful techniques to take back with you and apply in your day to day work.
See you there on Saturday!