There is a really great event shaping up in Baton Rouge, LA on August 14th. Here is some additional information on the event. Hope to see you there!

It’s just a little less than 1 week to SQL Saturday #28 at Louisiana State University, College of Business, 1109 Patrick F. Taylor hall Baton Rouge, LA 70803. Just in case you haven’t made up your mind about attending, here’s a quick look at our schedule:

Track Starts Session Title Speaker
.Net 1 07:30 AM .NET 3.5 Fundamentals Mike Huguet
.Net 1 9:00 AM Zen Coding Brian Rigsby
.Net 1 10:15 AM Getting Started with the Entity Framework 4.0 Rob Vettor
.Net 1 11:30 AM Zen Testing Brian Rigsby
.Net 1 01:30 PM C# Ninjitsu Chris Eargle
.Net 1 2:45 PM Advance Your Debugging Skills with VS 2010 Rob Vettor
.Net 1 4:00 PM 6 Months of putting VS2010 and TFS thru the Paces Michael Moles
.Net 2 9:00 AM Exploratory Testing with Microsoft Test Manager Vaneshia Leachman
.Net 2 10:15 AM Building Richer Web Applications with SP2010 Kyle Kelin
.Net 2 11:30 AM The Best of Visual Studio 2010 Zain Naboulsi
.Net 2 01:30 PM 3P’s (Principles, patterns and performance) of SD Chander Dhall
.Net 2 2:45 PM Introduction to NHibernate and Fluent NHibernate Brian Sullivan
.Net 2 4:00 PM RESTful Data Chris Eargle
Apps\Cloud\Personal Development 9:00 AM Building a Testable Data Access Layer Todd Anglin
Apps\Cloud\Personal Development 10:15 AM The Modern Resume: Building Your Brand Steve Jones
Apps\Cloud\Personal Development 11:30 AM Getting SQL Service Broker Up and Running Denny Cherry
Apps\Cloud\Personal Development 01:30 PM Intro to Windows Azure Ryan Duclos
Apps\Cloud\Personal Development 2:45 PM Azure – Best Practices Chander Dhall
Apps\Cloud\Personal Development 4:00 PM SharePoint 2010 Management with PowerShell Cody Gros
BI\SSRS 07:30 AM Breakfast Basics, SSAS Cube Creation Barry Ralston
BI\SSRS 9:00 AM An Introduction to Power Pivot Bryan Smith
BI\SSRS 10:15 AM Get your Mining Model Predictions out to all Steve Simon
BI\SSRS 11:30 AM Can you control your reports? Ryan Duclos
BI\SSRS 01:30 PM Data Mining.. Making $mart financial decisions Steve Simon
BI\SSRS 2:45 PM College Football and MSFT Business Intelligence Barry Ralston
BI\SSRS 4:00 PM My first SQL Report Mark Verret
DB Design & App Dev 9:00 AM iPhone Development using .NET and Monotouch Jason Awbrey
DB Design & App Dev 10:15 AM Efficient Data Warehouse Design Suresh Rajappa
DB Design & App Dev 11:30 AM Introduction to Windows Phone 7 Development Carlos Femmer
DB Design & App Dev 01:30 PM Conceptual Data Modeling: Defining Our Data Eli Weinstock-Herman
DB Design & App Dev 2:45 PM 3rd Normal Form: That’s crazy talk!!! Thomas LeBlanc
DB Design & App Dev 4:00 PM Parallelism Options in .NET 4.0 Al Manint
Microsoft .NET Framework from Scratch 9:00 AM Microsoft .NET Framework from Scratch Keith Elder
SQL Admin I 07:30 AM Basic SQL Server Steve Jones
SQL Admin I 9:00 AM Common TSQL Programming Mistakes Kevin Boles
SQL Admin I 10:15 AM An Introduction to Profiler and SQL Trace Trevor Barkhouse
SQL Admin I 11:30 AM Database Maintenance Essentials Brad McGehee
SQL Admin I 01:30 PM Understanding Storage Systems and SQL Server Wesley Brown
SQL Admin I 2:45 PM Running mixed workloads on SQL Server Jason Massie
SQL Admin I 4:00 PM Beginning Powershell Sean McCown
SQL Admin II 9:00 AM Best Practices Every SQL Server DBA Must Know Brad McGehee
SQL Admin II 10:15 AM Introduction to DMVs in SQL 2005/2008 William Assaf
SQL Admin II 11:30 AM SSIS and Powershell: A winning combination Sean McCown
SQL Admin II 01:30 PM SQL Server Memory Deep Dive Kevin Boles
SQL Admin II 2:45 PM Deciding if VMs are a good choice for your SQL Svr Denny Cherry
SQL Admin II 4:00 PM A PowerShell Cookbook for DBAs Trevor Barkhouse
SSIS\BI 07:30 AM Build Your First SSIS Package Tim Mitchell
SSIS\BI 9:00 AM Data Mining in Action: A case study Drew Minkin
SSIS\BI 10:15 AM Dynamic SSIS with Expressions and Configurations Tim Mitchell
SSIS\BI 11:30 AM CDC + SSIS = SCD Patrick LeBlanc
SSIS\BI 01:30 PM MDX 101 Bryan Smith
SSIS\BI 2:45 PM ssis templates: the easy way to win. Tim Costello
SSIS\BI 4:00 PM SQL Source Control: Poor man’s data dude. Tim Costello

Don’t Forget to remind your friends and colleagues! SQLSaturday #28 is a free one day training event for SQL Server professionals and those interested in SQL Server. For more information please visit SQLSaturday.com or email us at SQLSaturday 28@sqlsaturday.com

Thanks!

Team SQLSaturday

 

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