My Spring Conference Schedule

Aaron Bertrand

Published On: February 16, 2016

Categories: SQLSaturday, SQL Bits, SQLintersection 0

Aaron BertrandBased on the amount of time I've been spending comparing flights, booking hotels, and coordinating plans with other speakers and my family, it is clear that the Spring conference schedule is fast approaching. Here are the SQL Server events I'll be at:

SQL Saturday #500, Boston, MA - March 19th

My first formal speaking event of the year is at SQL Saturday Boston. I'll be delivering a session on SQL Server Features for Non-Enterprise Customers.

SQLintersection, Orlando, FL - April 17th-22nd

I blogged about this conference separately in a recent post: "Come to SQLintersection - We Have Disney!"

SQL Bits XV, Liverpool, UK - May 4th-7th

I've submitted three sessions for this event, but final selections have not yet been made. We will also have our SQL Sentry Boot Camp as a training day offering, and I'll be co-presenting a session on SQL Sentry Plan Explorer with our CEO, Greg Gonzalez (@SQLsensei).

SQLDay, Wroclaw, Poland - May 16th-18th

At this conference - my first visit to Poland - I'll be giving a pre-conference training session, Become a Better SQL Server Developer : Fundamentals, Bad Habits, and Best Practices. I'll also be giving regular sessions - my T-SQL Bad Habits talk and a session on optimizing tempdb.

SQL Saturday #518, Portland, ME - June 3rd-4th

At Maine's SQL Saturday, I'll be delivering a pre-con not unlike the one I'll be giving in Poland, "Become a Better SQL Server Developer." I'll also be giving a regular session during the event.

Aaron (@AaronBertrand) is a Product Manager at SentryOne, with industry experience dating back to Classic ASP and SQL Server 6.5. He is editor-in-chief of the performance-related blog, SQLPerformance.com, and serves as a community moderator for the Database Administrators Stack Exchange. Aaron's blog focuses on T-SQL bad habits and best practices, as well as coverage of updates and new features in Plan Explorer, SentryOne, and SQL Server.


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