Janik and Herold Presenting At SQL Saturday in Houston, TX

Janik and Herold Presenting At SQL Saturday in Houston, TX

Come join Fortified Data’s own Daniel Janik and Amy Herold at SQL Saturday in Houston, TX on May 14, 2016!
SQLSaturday is a training event for SQL Server professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server. Admittance to this event is free, all costs are covered by donations and sponsorships.

Where When
San Jacinto College – South Campus
13735 Beamer Rd, Houston, Texas, 77089
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Saturday, May 14, 2016
Doors open at 730am
Full Event Schedule here

Analyze Your Query Plan Like A Microsoft Engineer: SQL Server 2016 Edit

This session is a deep dive into query plans and is presented by Senior Consultant Daniel Janik, who is a former Microsoft PFE (Field Engineer).
Learn how a Microsoft Engineer looks at plans and go beyond the typical!  There will be plenty of demos and a lot to learn.  Daniel covers all the “noteworthy” query plan patterns that go beyond the normal areas that customer tend to investigate. This session covers SQL Server 2005 forward and includes the new SQL Server 2016 Query Store and Live Query Statistics.
Session Time:  2:45pm – 345pm, Room 148
Follow Daniel Janik on Twitter@SQLSME
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Making the Leap from Developer to DBA

Are you a Developer (.NET, SQL or otherwise) who has been doing some DBA work, but want to make the transition to full-time DBA?  Amy Herold has been there, done that and done it well.  Check out this session to hear her story and lessons learned from making this transition.  Things aren’t always what they seem, and Amy will share the inside scoop on what you should expect on your road to full-time DBA status.
Session Time:  2:45pm – 345pm, Room 149
Follow Amy Herold on Twitter@TexasAmy

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Fortified Data’s team of expert DBAs, developers and data architects is committed to the SQL community.  We love sharing our findings, learning from and educating our colleagues.  Come see us in Houston, or at several other SQL Saturdays around the country!

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