Albuquerque Redux

In just a few weeks, I’ll be back in Albuquerque for their SQL Saturday. My session this time is Adding Lightness, and is a thorough examination of how compression works in SQL Server.

If you’re in the Albuquerque area and work with SQL Server on a regular basis, yet have never attended a SQL Saturday, well… GO! It’s excellent training, virtually free, and a great opportunity to network with your peers. Last year’s event in Albuquerque was outstanding, and I’m looking forward to going back.

Since I’m once again presenting just after lunch, I though I’d do something a little different this time. If you’re a developer or DBA who spends a lot of time addressing performance issues in Transact-SQL, feel free to join me for lunch prior to my session. We’ll make it an informal open discussion on queries and performance. Feel free to bring your war stories, current headaches, and burning questions.

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