Tap is the only solution – Ver. 2
Scarcity is the fundamental economic problem of having humans who have unlimited wants and needs in a world of limited resources. Alternatively, scarcity implies that not all of society’s goals can be pursued at the same time.
Just like Water the Server Resources are also getting scarce and we should find a way to put a Tap on these resources to optimally utilize them as and when needed. In this session we’ll see a way to control & manage server resources to get desired performance and targets.(Level: 100 – 300)
Note: You will get the LiveMeeting details a few hours before the event. Please make sure that your laptop/PC is equipped with LiveMeeting client.
SQLServerGeeks.com cordially invites you to SQL Server Day, the quarterly dose of SQL Server knowledge & learning. And after multiple successful events in Bangalore, Kolkata, Mumbai & Delhi NCR, we are coming to Gurgaon, once again! This time SQL Server Day event has been customized for SQL Server Developers. We bring you 3 rock star speakers and 3 intriguing sessions related to SQL Server Development.
And Don’t forget to bring your CV and meet the Microsoft India Recruitment Team
Session & Speaker details
Venue & Contact details
Date & Time
Welcome Note (15 mins) by Amit Bansal(MVP-SQL Server)
Tips & Tricks of Transact SQL
by Sarabpreet Singh Anand, (Vice President, SQLServerGeeks.com)
Session by Microsoft IDC Recruitment Team
Optimizing Transactional and Procedural code by Amit Bansal (Director, Peopleware India, MVP-SQL Server)
SQL Server Myth-buster for Developers by Ahmad Osama
Closing Note (15 mins)
Microsoft Corporation (I) Pvt. Ltd.
DLF Phase 3, Cyber Greens,9th Floor, Tower A, DLF Cyber City, Sector 25A (Near Shankar Chowk)
Note: Refreshments will be served
September 8, 2012 (Saturday)
1.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Note: The event will start sharp at 2.00 pm. Please come by 1.30 pm for registration. (Due to security policies, registration takes time. Please come with a valid photo ID)
You can register @ http://sqlserverdaygurgaon8sep2012.eventbrite.com/
See you at the event.
SQLServerGeeks.com cordially invites you to SQL Server Day, the monthly dose of SQL Server knowledge & learning. And this time we are coming again to Bangalore. We bring you 2 rock star speakers and 2 intriguing sessions. This is yet another opportunity to learn maximum from SQLServerGeeks.com across India. Sessions are spread across Business Intelligence, Developer & DBA tracks, so there is something for everyone to come and learn. Event will be hosted in Microsoft premises in Golf Link, Bangalore so that your experience is fabulous. Register Fast and block your seat. It is absolutely free.
You can register @ http://sqlserverdaybangalore28july2012.eventbrite.com/
Also forward this email to your friends and colleagues to spread awareness.
Here are the session Details:
Session 1:Uncover Report manager by Sudhir Rawat (Microsoft)
Session Details: Report Manager – Most of us might heard/worked with this. But do I know the features it provides to improve reporting environment for my customer. Join in the story telling session and find out the features provided by report manager. This talk covers how report server behind the scene works and explaining about the scenario where you need them.
Session 2: Tap is the only solution by Sarabpreet Singh Anand (Vice President SQLServergeeks.com)
Session Details: Scarcity is the fundamental economic problem of having humans who have unlimited wants and needs in a world of limited resources. Alternatively, scarcity implies that not all of society’s goals can be pursued at the same time.
Just like Water the Server Resources are also getting scarce and we should find a way to put a Tap on these resources to optimally utilize them as and when needed. In This session we’ll see a way to control server resources to get desired performance and targets.
SQLServerGeeks.com delivered its 3rd SQL Server Day event in Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India. Sudhir Rawat from Microsoft featured in our events for the 2nd time and delivered a rocking session on Denali Business Intelligence. This was followed by Sarabpreet Singh delivering a session in PowerShell for SQL Server. His Powershell expertise was much appreciated in SSG’s last event in Gurgaon and thus, he carried on with the form. Amit Bansal delivered the 3rd and final session on the day de-mystifying a few things about Locking Architecture in SQL Server. We had a fun-filled day with the 80+ audience really participating so well. Our consistent turn out shows the popularity of our events. We cherish organizing such events and will continue to do so in the future for SQL Server community.
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