SQL Server with Mr. Denny

Jun 24 2010   11:00AM GMT

It’s #SoCalCodeCamp time again



Posted by: Denny Cherry
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SoCal Code Camp
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Well it’s that time again.  It’s time for another one or our world famous SoCalCodeCamp‘s.  This time Code Camp is down in San Diego, CA at the UCSD Extension Complex in La Jolla, CA.

This time around I’ve for four sessions.  Three that I’ve put together, and one that is a group pannel.

Storage For the DBA
Exploring the DAC and everyone’s favorite feature the DACPAC
There’s more to know about storage?
SQL Server panel discussion

“Storage for the DBA” is a session I’ve given a few times at SoCal Code Camp where we go into the basics of storage, and how it relates to SQL Server.

“There’s more to know about storage?” is a followup to the “Storage for the DBA” session where we will go into the design techniques that the various storage vendors have used to create their respective platforms.  From there we’ll move into some of the more advanced features you can use with storage arrays that turn the from the large JBOD that most people think of them into advanced storage devices worth every penny that they cost.

In the DACPAC session we’ll look at this new feature called Data Tier Applications to see how they work, when they should be used, and when they shouldn’t be used.

The panel discussion will have a large number of SQL Server professionals from the Southern California area including myself, Andrew Karcher (Blog | Twitter), Lynn Langit (Blog | Twitter), Bret Stateham (Blog | Twitter), and several more all there to answer your questions about SQL Server.

I hope to see you there at Code Camp.

Denny

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