January Meeting

Hampton Roads SQL Server User Group January Meeting
Join us for HRSSUG’s regulary schedule meetings every third Wednesday of each month. HRSSUG embraces the PASS organization’s mission to, “empower data professionals who leverage Microsoft technologies to connect, share, and learn through networking, knowledge sharing, and peer-based learning.”

The HRSSUG focuses on connecting SQL Server professionals working in all of the major areas of data.

Administration
Business Intelligence
Design
Development

Typical Meeting Format
6:00pm – 6:30pm | Free food / beverages, networking and group discussion.
6:30pm – 6:45pm | PASS news / announcement, a word from our sponsors, local event reminders.
6:45pm – 8:00pm | Speaker presentation followed by open discussion and networking.
IMPORTANT REMINDER: Registration with Eventbrite helps us know how much food to purchase AND is required to win the main raffle at each meeting.

Eventbrite Registration

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hrssug-monthly-meeting-tickets-15127860839

January’s Main Give-Away:
One free license to ApexSQL’s Universal software bundle.
http://www.apexsql.com/sql_tools_univ.aspx

January’s Speaker: Dale Burnett
Dale Burnett is a database engineer at ChannelAdvisor specializing in SQL Server. He has been working with databases since 1998 and exclusively with SQL Server since 2008. His previous experiences provided exposure to many industries including financial services, retail, insurance, and customer service. His primary SQL Server interests are architecture and optimization.

TOPIC: Query Compilation and Plan Caching
Speaker: Dale Burnett
Abstract:
SQL Server often appears to be a black box. Queries go in and results come out. But a lot goes into making that happen. In this session, we will take a look at the steps that SQL Server goes through when it compiles a query plan. We will also cover how and where a query plan gets cached.

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