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Upcoming events in November

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01/08/2014 - 01/28/2014 01/08/2014 - 01/28/2014

January 27th – Bradley Ball – Trimming Indexes Getting Your Database In Shape

New Speaker & Topic We are excited and honored to have Bradley Ball, Database Practice Lead for PragmaticWorks, able to visit us this month.  Bradley is a good friend of Jack’s from Jack’s days in Florida and an excellent speaker.  Come prepared to learn some deep knowledge. Join us at 6:30pm at the Roundabout Diner [...]

Location : Roundabout Diner 580 US 1 Bypass Portsmouth, NH

02/24/2014 02/24/2014

February 24 – George Walters – SQL Server 2014 What’s New – sponsored by SIOS

Join us at 6:30pm for networking and then to learn about the new features and improvements in SQL Server 2014 to find out how this can help your business. SQL Server 2014 – What’s New Do you have latch contention?  Need to aggregate billions of rows?  Reports are killing your server?  Have more than one [...]

Location : Roundabout Diner 580 US 1 Bypass Portsmouth, NH

03/24/2014 03/24/2014

March 24 – Jack Corbett – Introduction to Extended Events

Join us at the Roundabout Diner at 6:30 for networking and then our featured presentation by group member, Jack Corbett Introduction to Extended Events XEvents were introduced with SQL Server 2008 and enhanced in SQL Server 2012 and with the announcement that SQL Trace/Profiler is being deprecated now is the time to begin learningXEvents. We [...]

Location : Roundabout Diner 580 US 1 Bypass Portsmouth, NH

04/05/2014 04/05/2014

April 28 – Gary Mazzone – Backup and Recovery Explained

Join us at the Roundabout Diner at 6:30 for networking and then our featured presentation by group member, Gary Mazzone Backup and Recovery Explained We all know that we need to backup data but do we understand what that means? What are the proper backups that need to be performed? What are you expectations or [...]

Location : Unknown

06/10/2014 - 06/23/2014 06/10/2014 - 06/23/2014

June 23 – Chris Seferlis – Scratching the surface: An overview of SSRS and building your first BI Report

Join us at the Roundabout Diner at 6:30 for networking and then our featured presentation by group member, Chris Seferlis Scratching the surface: An overview of SSRS and building your first BI Report Every business needs to turn their data into actionable information. Microsoft provides SSRS as one of the tools to provide that functionality. [...]

Location : Unknown

08/18/2014 - 08/25/2014 08/18/2014 - 08/25/2014

August 25 – Mike Taber – Get your Database Development under Control with SQL Source Control

Join us at the Roundabout Diner at 6:30 for networking and then our featured presentation by Friend of Red Gate, Mike Taber Get your Database Development under Control with SQL Source Control Chances are, you and your team use version control for your applications. Wouldn’t it help to have a change management process for your [...]

Location : Roundabout Diner 580 US 1 Bypass Portsmouth, NH

09/29/2014 09/29/2014

September 29 – Mike Walsh – Baselines and Performance Analysis

How are your servers running? What is going on in your SQL Server? How are you trending? When will you need the next server? Do you need to throw more hardware at SQL or more query tuning? (Or both?) In this session – SQL Server Consultant, Mike Walsh from Linchpin People will share some free [...]

Location : Roundabout Diner Portsmouth NH

10/27/2014 10/27/2014

October 27 – Jack Corbett – Tired of the CRUD? Automate it!

T4 templating support was added in the March 2014 release of SSDT. This means we can now create a T4 template to automatically create CRUD procedures for all the tables in our database project. Sure ORM tools like EF and nHibernate can handle CRUD operations in code, but if you want to provide an API [...]

Location : Roundabout Diner Portsmouth NH

11/03/2014 - 11/25/2014 11/03/2014 - 11/25/2014

November 24 – Brandon Leach presenting Treating Tables Like Legos, Partitioning Basics

Treating Tables Like Legos, Partitioning Basics Partitioning allows us to isolate parts of our table as small chunks called partitions. In turn, these partitions allow us to do some really cool tricks for manageability and performance. In this session we’ll look at the concepts surrounding partitioning and how we can apply them. We’ll reinforce what [...]

Location : Roundabout Diner, Portsmouth, NH

01/27/2015 - 02/24/2015 01/27/2015 - 02/24/2015

February 23 – Rich Mechaber Presenting I Hired the Devil and Lived: Getting Things Done with .NET CLR in SQL Server

RSVP I Hired the Devil and Lived: Getting Things Done with .NET CLR in SQL Server Microsoft introduced .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR) in SQL Server 2005. Since that time, there is still a great deal of misinformation, confusion, and head-scratching about it: • What does it do that T-SQL either can’t do or does [...]

Location : Roundabout Diner, Portsmouth, NH

02/24/2015 - 03/24/2015 02/24/2015 - 03/24/2015

March 23 – Rahul Deshmukh Presenting An introduction to AlwaysOn Availability Groups

RSVP An introduction to AlwaysOn Availability Groups Rahul Deshmukh will discuss SQL Server 2012/2014 AlwaysOn Availability Groups, the flagship High Availability and Disaster Recovery (HADR) solution that Microsoft SQL Server offers. He will demonstrate how you can create a SQL Server 2014 AlwaysOn Availability Group. He will also provide insights into how the data synchronization [...]

Location : Roundabout Diner, Portsmouth, NH

03/24/2015 - 04/28/2015 03/24/2015 - 04/28/2015

April 27 – Andy Novick presenting Writing Faster T-SQL Stored Procedures and Functions

RSVP Writing Faster T-SQL Stored Procedures and Functions Stored procedures and functions are the mainstay of SQL Server coding. In this session you will learn techniques to locate problematic code and to improve the performance of procedures and functions. Step one is to discover where the time is going using standard, DMVs, server traces, code [...]

Location : Roundabout Diner

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March 23 – Rahul Deshmukh Presenting An introduction to AlwaysOn Availability Groups

RSVP An introduction to AlwaysOn Availability Groups Rahul Deshmukh will discuss SQL Server 2012/2014 AlwaysOn Availability Groups, the flagship High Availability and Disaster Recovery (HADR) solution that Microsoft SQL Server offers. He will demonstrate how you can create a SQL Server 2014 AlwaysOn Availability Group. He will also provide insights into how the data synchronization [...]

February 23 – Rich Mechaber Presenting I Hired the Devil and Lived: Getting Things Done with .NET CLR in SQL Server

RSVP I Hired the Devil and Lived: Getting Things Done with .NET CLR in SQL Server Microsoft introduced .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR) in SQL Server 2005. Since that time, there is still a great deal of misinformation, confusion, and head-scratching about it: • What does it do that T-SQL either can’t do or does [...]

April 27 – Andy Novick presenting Writing Faster T-SQL Stored Procedures and Functions

RSVP Writing Faster T-SQL Stored Procedures and Functions Stored procedures and functions are the mainstay of SQL Server coding. In this session you will learn techniques to locate problematic code and to improve the performance of procedures and functions. Step one is to discover where the time is going using standard, DMVs, server traces, code [...]

November 24 – Brandon Leach presenting Treating Tables Like Legos, Partitioning Basics

Treating Tables Like Legos, Partitioning Basics Partitioning allows us to isolate parts of our table as small chunks called partitions. In turn, these partitions allow us to do some really cool tricks for manageability and performance. In this session we’ll look at the concepts surrounding partitioning and how we can apply them. We’ll reinforce what [...]

October 27 – Jack Corbett – Tired of the CRUD? Automate it!

T4 templating support was added in the March 2014 release of SSDT. This means we can now create a T4 template to automatically create CRUD procedures for all the tables in our database project. Sure ORM tools like EF and nHibernate can handle CRUD operations in code, but if you want to provide an API [...]

September 29 – Mike Walsh – Baselines and Performance Analysis

How are your servers running? What is going on in your SQL Server? How are you trending? When will you need the next server? Do you need to throw more hardware at SQL or more query tuning? (Or both?) In this session – SQL Server Consultant, Mike Walsh from Linchpin People will share some free [...]

August 25 – Mike Taber – Get your Database Development under Control with SQL Source Control

Join us at the Roundabout Diner at 6:30 for networking and then our featured presentation by Friend of Red Gate, Mike Taber Get your Database Development under Control with SQL Source Control Chances are, you and your team use version control for your applications. Wouldn’t it help to have a change management process for your [...]

June 23 – Chris Seferlis – Scratching the surface: An overview of SSRS and building your first BI Report

Join us at the Roundabout Diner at 6:30 for networking and then our featured presentation by group member, Chris Seferlis Scratching the surface: An overview of SSRS and building your first BI Report Every business needs to turn their data into actionable information. Microsoft provides SSRS as one of the tools to provide that functionality. [...]

April 28 – Gary Mazzone – Backup and Recovery Explained

Join us at the Roundabout Diner at 6:30 for networking and then our featured presentation by group member, Gary Mazzone Backup and Recovery Explained We all know that we need to backup data but do we understand what that means? What are the proper backups that need to be performed? What are you expectations or [...]

March 24 – Jack Corbett – Introduction to Extended Events

Join us at the Roundabout Diner at 6:30 for networking and then our featured presentation by group member, Jack Corbett Introduction to Extended Events XEvents were introduced with SQL Server 2008 and enhanced in SQL Server 2012 and with the announcement that SQL Trace/Profiler is being deprecated now is the time to begin learningXEvents. We [...]