Hello World Tour (the SQL)

Richard Douglas

Published On: September 30, 2016

Categories: SQLSaturday, community, PASS Summit, SQL Server Training 0

Last September I posted a blog post entitled The Hello World Tour. A year on and I'm doing the same thing, or you could call it a sequel!

So, where am I off to this time? Well, to be honest, there is a similar theme to last year with SQL Relay and the PASS Summit conferences. This time, there are also a couple of SQL Saturdays sprinkled into the mix as well.

  • 1st Oct 2016 - SQL Saturday #534 - Krakow (Poland)
    - Natural Born Killers, Performance Issues to Avoid
  • 3rd Oct 2016 - SQL Relay 2016 (Birmingham Leg)
    - SQL Sentry Workshop: SQL Server for the Aspiring DBA
    - Session: Understanding the Transaction Log, Your Key to Unlocking Greater Throughput
  • 4th Oct 2016 - SQL Relay 2016 - (Cardiff Leg)
    - Session: Wait Watchers - Gain Performance Increases Fast!
  • 5th Oct 2016 - SQL Relay 2016 - (Reading Leg)
    - Session: Understanding the Transaction Log, Your Key to Unlocking Greater Throughput
  • 6th Oct 2016 - SQL Relay 2016 - (Nottingham Leg)
    - Session: Understanding the Transaction Log, Your Key to Unlocking Greater Throughput
  • 7th Oct 2016 - SQL Relay 2016 - (Leeds Leg)
    - Session: Understanding the Transaction Log, Your Key to Unlocking Greater Throughput
    - SQL Sentry Workshop: SQL Server for the Aspiring DBA
    - Sponsor Session: Monitoring SQL Server, Everywhere, With SQL Sentry
  • 15th Oct 2016 - SQL Saturday #551 - Holland
    - Natural Born Killers, Performance Issues to Avoid
  • 24th Oct 2016 - SQL Sentry Performance Boot Camp at PASS Summit
    - Get Your SQL Server in Shape
  • 2nd Nov 2016 - Bristol SQL Server User Group - Session TBC

If you're going to one of these events, please drop by and say hello. It's also really important to say thank you to all the volunteers and organisers of these events. We're lucky to be part of a great community. Make sure you tell people that and thank them for all their hard efforts.

With that, I'd like to thank all the helpers and organisers of SQL Saturday Denmark in Copenhagen for a great event and allowing me to present a session.

Richard (@SQLRich) is a Principal Solutions Engineer at SentryOne, specializing in our SQL Server portfolio offering in EMEA. He has worked with SQL Server since version 7.0 in various developer and DBA roles and holds a number of Microsoft certifications. Richard is a keen member of the SQL Server community; previously he ran a PASS Chapter in the UK and served on the organizing committee for SQLRelay.


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