Posted by: Denny Cherry
SQL Saturday, SQL Saturday 177, SQL Server, SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 R2, SQL Server 2012
This last weekend I had the privilege of speaking at SQL Saturday 177 in Mountain View, CA. One of the great things about this SQL Saturday is that in some ways it is an extension of the MVP Summit as for the second year in a row (that I know of) this SQL Saturday has been scheduled the weekend after the MVP summit. This means that they are able to attack a large number of MVPs from all over the country (and hopefully next year the world) as they all stop by on their way home. This gives us MVPs a couple of extra days of hanging out and catching up and it gives the attendees the chance to see some speakers that they might not normally be able to get access to.
I gave one presentation this year, and it was a session of table partitioning. The slide deck has been uploaded to the SQL Saturday site as has the sample code. You can download it from the session page for my session.
I hope that everyone liked the session, and I hope to see everyone at a future SQL Saturday.