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Termine 2015   der Regional Gruppe Rhein Main:

ein erfolgreiches Jahr 2015   

DI  17. Mrz 2015      redgate UG Tour Germany 
18:30 Uhr                 mit  Grant Fritchey

DI  14. Apr 2015  
DI  19. Mai 2015  
DI  09. Juni 2015  
DI  14. Juli 2015  
DI  11. Aug 2015     Sommerbruzzler
DI  08. Sep 2015  
DI  13. Okt 2015  
DI  10. Nov 2015  
DI  08. Dez 2015    X-mas & SQL

Solltet ihr an einem Vortrag teilnehmen wollen, meldet euch bitte per Mail bei Julian an, damit wir euch auf die Gästeliste schreiben können.  

Wir versuchen die Slides zu den Vorträgen immer Zeitnah im Repository
 (Mitgliedsbereich -> Repository -> Regionalgruppentreffen <Jahr> -> Region Rhein/Main)
zu veröffentlichen.Wenn Du Fragen zur Gruppe Rhein/Main hast oder Content präsentieren möchtest, wende dich bitte an:   

Oliver Engels (oen (at) sqlpass punkt de)
Julian Breunung (jbr (at) sqlpass punkt de)


Am 17.03.2015 veranstalten wir zusammen mit der  .NET UG  Frankfurt einen speziellen Vortrags-Abend zu dem Grant Fritchey als Sprecher  aus Cambridge vor Ort sein wird.
Gesponsort wird die Tour von Red Gate, jedoch wird dies keine Marketing-Veranstaltung wie ihr anhand der folgenden Sessions erkennen könnt.

"What to look for in Execution Plans"  &
"Get your database under control"

What to look for in Execution Plans
You've heard often enough that you need to look at execution plans to understand what's going on with a query. But what are you supposed to look at? This session answers that question, providing a step-by-step set of considerations for evaluating your execution plans. We'll look at the aspects of an execution plan that should be immediately checked, see why you should look at them, and walk through what to do about what you find. You'll be able to put all this information into immediate use when you return to the office. And you can apply this guidance to your SQL Server 2012 systems as well as older versions of SQL Server. 

Get your database under control
Developers don't even question the need for source control as part of their application life cycle management. But DBAs and database developers just don't look at their databases in the same way as code. However, if you want to get good coordination between your application code and database, if you want to start to automate your database deployments, you need to treat your database like code. This session will demonstrate different mechanisms for getting a database into source control in order to begin to control your database in the same way you control your code.


Grant Fritchey 

My name is Grant Fritchey. I have twenty+ years experience in IT. That time was spent in technical support, development and database administration. I work for Red Gate Software as a Product Evangelist. I write articles for publication at SQL Server Central and Simple-Talk. I’m the Author of “SQL Server Execution Plans” and “SQL Server 2012 Query Performance Tuning.” I helped co-Author “SQL Server MVP Deep Dives 2″, “Beginning SQL Server 2012 Administration” and “Pro SQL Server 2012 Practices.” I’m one of the founding officers of the Southern New England SQL Server Users Group. I present at conferences and user groups around the world. I also work on part-time, short-term, off-site consulting contracts. 

Since 2009 I have been awarded as a Microsoft SQL Server MVP. In 2014 I was awarded as a Dunn & Bradstreet MVP.

In the past I’ve been called rough, intimidating and scary. To which I usually reply, “Good.”

Wir treffen uns bei 
Siemensstr. 27  in Bad Homburg

und im Anschluss ..
im Brauhaus

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