Monday, July 25, 2011
Topic: Tell Me Where It Hurts: Three Cures for the Common Slow
Does your SQL Server sometimes just feel "slow"? Kendra Little knows how to quickly diagnose the 'Common Slow': long running queries, query timeouts, and maintenance jobs that get longer every week. Kendra shows you how to find where it hurts and select the cure-- and how to avoid killing the patient.
Kendra Little is all about data, communication, and creativity. Kendra is a founder at Brent Ozar PLF, LLC, where she specializes in high availability and performance tuning. She is a Microsoft Certified Master in SQL Server-- the highest technical SQL Server Certification available. In her spare time, Kendra draws quirky posters that start conversations about technology.
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Wednesday, July 20, 2011
We did a survey of those in attendance and we will keep our current time for the third Tuesday of the month at 5:30 PM.
Next meeting is August 16th at 5:30 at PH Tech
Speaker - To Be Determined
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SQL Saturday is October 8th in Portland.
I highly recommend attending SQL Saturday. It will be my first time but I have heard nothing but positive reviews of last years SQL Saturday. Register ASAP as seating is limited.
Pass Summit in Seattle:
This has to be the largest gathering of SQL Geeks in the world. It is also relatively close. October 11-14th. Register ASAP.
That's all for now,
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
I am happy to announce our upcoming SOSSUG meeting.
When: Tuesday, July 19, 2011 5:30 PM-7:30
3993 Fairview Industrial Dr.
Salem, Oregon 97352
Columbia Room; Rogue Room
Second Meeting Salem Oregon SQL Server Users Group
Refactoring SQL is not like refactoring application code.
This talk will demonstrate proven SQL refactoring techniques that will help you identify where performance gains can be made, apply quick fixes, improve readability, and help you quickly locate places to make sweeping performance improvements. Jeremiah Peschka has years of hands on experience tuning SQL applications for performance, throughput, and concurrency.
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We have some points to discuss as a group regarding interfacing with Oregon SQL User Group, in Portland, and SQL Saturday in October.
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