11/15/2005 2:04:04 PM
Do you want to know what goes inside SQL Server when a request is executed?
Do you want to understand the compilation and execution phases, the plan cache and recompilation?
How you write code that submits your SQL queries to the server can have a significant impact on the CPU load on the server.
Come learn about this and get best practices and recommendation on how to better use SQL Server.
For the past 15 years David Lean has been one of Microsoft's leading SQL Server people. Performance Tuning, Consulting, Training & working with the USA Dev team on developing future releases.
This promises to be a great event, so do come along. I don't have any giveaways yet, but hopefully I can locate something to give you by the time the event comes round. Make sure you register, so we can be sure to have enough food! We'll eat from 12-12:30, and then listen to Dave's talk after that.
And we'll webcast it too! When I get a link for the webcast event, I will edit this entry with that information.
ADNUG Plug: Wed 14th Dec, Peter Griffith – President's Report 2005 - 5.45pm at SA Innovation Centre, L2 Santos House
Venue: SA Innovation Centre, L2 Santos House |
Duration 12:00-14:00 |
On: Thursday, December 15, 2005