Where's Andy? August 2020

Andy Yun

Published On: August 11, 2020

Categories: Events 0

August snuck up on me rather fast, and we're already into the second week of the month. But I'm happy to share that community events are still in full swing!

New Stars of Data Conference

This Friday, August 14th, I have the honor of being one of the moderators for New Stars of Data! Anyone who knows me knows that I'm extremely passionate about growing new speakers. So, when this conference was announced, I jumped at the chance to volunteer and help out.

This conference will run in both EMEA and US times, with three simultaneous tracks. 20 speakers will be presenting sessions, and I'm quite excited about the lineup! I'll be moderating Track 1, which starts at 8:00AM EDT.

Check out the full schedule and register now!

How Did July Go?

Last month, I shared a bit about debuting my new session, "Advanced Plan Explorer Usage for Tuning Execution Plans." I'm thrilled to say that it went really well! In all honesty, the session was still rather rough, due to life getting in the way, but it came together. I'm looking forward to refining it further and presenting it again later this month!

August Events

DBA Fundamentals Virtual Chapter
A Beginner's Guide to Becoming a Performance Tuner
Tuesday, August 18 @ 12:00PM EDT

SQLSaturday Salt Lake City
Advanced Plan Explorer Usage for Tuning Execution Plans
Saturday, August 29 @ 5:20PM EDT

I look forward to seeing you at an online event soon!

Andy Yun is a SentryOne Principal Solutions Engineer and a Microsoft MVP. He has been working with SQL Server for over 15 years as both a Database Developer and Administrator. Leveraging knowledge of SQL Server Internals and extensive experience in highly transactional environments, he strives to make T-SQL leaner and meaner. Andy is extremely passionate about passing knowledge onto others, regularly speaking at User Groups, SQL Saturdays, and PASS Summit. Andy is a co-founder of the Chicago SQL Association, co-Chapter Leader of the Chicago Suburban User Group, and part of the Chicago SQL Saturday Organizing Committee.