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September 3, 2010  11:00 AM

So where will those SQL PASS parties be?

Posted by: Denny Cherry
In Person Events, PASS, SQL PASS

So if you caught my blog post yesterday, I talked about finding some of the after parties to get some "social networking" done.  Because the...

September 2, 2010  11:00 AM

So you want to go to a conference, but you are afraid that you don’t know anyone there.

Posted by: Denny Cherry
In Person Events, SQL PASS, SQL Server

Odds are that you know someone at the conference, its just a matter of finding them.  Of every conference that I've attended I can't think of a single conference where I haven't found someone that I know from somewhere that I've worked. Some of these conferences can be quite large, shows like...

August 30, 2010  11:00 AM

What does a user group meeting have for me?

Posted by: Denny Cherry
SQL PASS, SWAG, User Groups

If you've never been to a user group before you should definitely find your local one (in what ever it is you do for a living) and check out a meeting or two.  They are a great way to network with other IT professionals that work in the same field that you do.  Each user group meeting has at...

August 20, 2010  7:55 PM

SQL Saturday 55 is coming up soon (#sqlsaturday, #sqlsat55, #sqlpass)

Posted by: Denny Cherry
In Person Events, SQL PASS, SQL Saturday, SQL Saturday 55

Southern California's second SQL Saturday is coming up soon, and is looking for more speakers and more attendees.  If you've wanted to try your hand at presenting this is a great chance.  The event is September 18th, 2010 down in San...

August 19, 2010  11:00 AM

Manual setup change if you plan on using LiteSpeeds object level recovery

Posted by: Denny Cherry
LiteSpeed, Quest Software, SQL Server

So you use LiteSpeed and expect that at some point you will be using object level recovery.  Without any changes you can do this no problem, LiteSpeed will simply need to create what is called the OLR Map first.  This is simply a map of where OLR can find each object within the backup file. ...

August 16, 2010  11:00 AM

Slide decks for #sqlsat28

Posted by: Denny Cherry
In Person Events, Service Broker, SQL Saturday, SQL Server, Virtualization

Over the weekend I went to SQL Saturday 28 over in Baton Rouge, LA.  I gave two sessions this weekend.  The first was "Getting SQL Service Broker Up and Running" and the second was "

August 12, 2010  6:03 PM

LaRock must be drinking on the job, I’m being allowed to speak during 24 Hours of PASS

Posted by: Denny Cherry
24 HoP, SQL PASS, SQL Server, Storage

That's right, Mr. LaRock himself (Blog | Twitter) is giving me the chance to present during the 24 Hours of...

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August 9, 2010  11:00 AM

Calculating fibre latency correctly is a must when trying to deturmin storage performance numbers.

Posted by: Denny Cherry
Replication, SQL Server, Storage

Latency on a fiber channel network isn't normally something you worry about.  But something that you need to remember is that every meter of fiber optic cable that your data has to travel through takes time.  Every fiber channel switch that you have to go through adds more latency. When you...

August 5, 2010  9:00 AM

Come get a free lunch, a free XBox, a free Windows 7 license, and more…

Posted by: Denny Cherry
Emulex, In Person Events, Quest Software, SQL Server, Storage, Virtualization

OK, so the odds are getting an XBox and a Windows 7 license are basically zero, but you could win one of them.  How can you win some of this fantastic stuff?  Well that's the easy part, all you have to do is come and attend my free day of training on "

August 5, 2010  3:40 AM

Slide Decks for the OC SQL Users Group

Posted by: Denny Cherry
DACPAC, Execution Plans, In Person Events, OC SQL User Group

Tomorrow I'll be speaking at the Orange County SQL Server Users Group.  I'll be presenting two sessions at the meeting.  One will be "   Bookmark and Share     0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend

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