Brian H. Madsen
4/30/2008 8:52:49 AM
The Perth SQL Server User Group is being visited by none other than Greg Low (www.sqldownunder.com), Microsoft Regional Director, SQL Server MVP.
Greg Low has been presenting at the Perth SQL Server User Group before and each time has been a fantastic event. Greg is a seasoned presenter and trainer and has been synonymous with the SQL Server community in Australia for as long as I can remember.
Greg is an internationally recognised consultant, developer and trainer. He has been working in development since 1978, holds a PhD in Computer Science and a host of Microsoft certifications. Greg is the country lead for Solid Quality, a SQL Server MVP and one of only three Microsoft MSDN Regional Directors for Australia. Greg also hosts the SQL Down Under podcast (www.sqldownunder.com), organises the SQL Down Under Code Camp and co-organises CodeCampOz. Greg is a PASS (Professional Association for SQL Server) board member.
Topic: Getting Started with Dynamic Management Views (DMVs) and Custom Reports in SQL Server 2005 - Greg Low
Venue: Level 8, 182 St Georges Terrace (Change Corporation head office)
Date: 7th of May, 2008
Time: 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Dynamic Management Views were introduced in SQL Server 2005 but as yet, they appear to be little understood. In this session, Greg will explain their role and show the most useful DMVs in action. He will also show how to use them with Custom Reports introduced in SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 2.
As usual drinks and nibblies are provided by our sponsor - Change Corporation (www.changecorporation.com.au) and we meet in the boardroom.
Please let reception know that you're there for the SQL Server user group meeting and you'll be directed by our friendly receptionist.
Venue: Level 8, 182 St Georges Terrace (Change Corporation head office) |
Duration 2hrs |
On: Wednesday, May 7, 2008