Olympia Area SQL Server User Group

Welcome to the website for the Olympia Area SQL Server User Group (OASSUG) in Thurston County, Washington. Our meetings feature excellent presentations plus the opportunity to network with SQL Server professionals.

 

Next Meeting: Wed, Nov 14 2018

What We Learned at PASS Summit 2018

Language: English
Event Type: In-Person

When

iCal
Event Time : Wed, Nov 14 2018 14:30 - 17:00 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Where

5000 Abbey Way SE

Lacey, Washington

November meeting

Location:

The meeting will be held in Society Room in Cebula Hall (Engineering), which is noted as building 22 on this map:  https://www.stmartin.edu/sites/default/files/smu-files/public-safety/smu-2d-map.pdf.  Please make sure you park in the open parking out near Pacific Avenue, which is a short walk to the meeting location.

 

Featured Presentation

What We Learned at PASS Summit 2018

Speaker: Kevin Barnett OFM

Summary: The annual PASS (SQL) Community Summit brings together the top independent experts and Microsoft Product Team members for several days of knowledge exchange and networking. Sessions included the new features of multiple elements of the Azure cloud like SQL Database Hyperscale, SQL Server 2019, as well as new ideas and strategies for using any of the previous versions.

About Kevin: None

What We Learned at PASS Summit 2018

Speaker: Zap Riecken, DBA WSECU

Summary: The annual PASS (SQL) Community Summit brings together the top independent experts and Microsoft Product Team members for several days of knowledge exchange and networking. Sessions included the new features of multiple elements of the Azure cloud like SQL Database Hyperscale, SQL Server 2019, as well as new ideas and strategies for using any of the previous versions.

About Zap: None

What We Learned at PASS Summit 2018

Speaker: Greg Larsen, DBA G. A. Larsen Consulting

Summary: The annual PASS (SQL) Community Summit brings together the top independent experts and Microsoft Product Team members for several days of knowledge exchange and networking. Sessions included the new features of multiple elements of the Azure cloud like SQL Database Hyperscale, SQL Server 2019, as well as new ideas and strategies for using any of the previous versions.

About Greg: Greg Larsen has been working with SQL Server since 1999. He has authored 100's of articles related to SQL Server. He holds a MCSE Data Management and Analytics. Greg also a SQL Server Consultant, adjunct professor and technical writer.

What We Learned at PASS Summit 2018

Speaker: Piotr Palka, ITS 5 Department of Corrections, WA

Summary: The annual PASS (SQL) Community Summit brings together the top independent experts and Microsoft Product Team members for several days of knowledge exchange and networking. Sessions included the new features of multiple elements of the Azure cloud like SQL Database Hyperscale, SQL Server 2019, as well as new ideas and strategies for using any of the previous versions.

About Piotr: Piotr Palka has been working with high volume data processing systems since 1999. Piotr implemented and maintained multiple systems for telecommunication companies, including call records processing, billing and customer relationship management and operation support systems. Now he is lead data warehouse developer for Washington State Department of Corrections. He regularly delivers technical presentations at Olympia, WA, PASS chapter.

Attachments

Announcements

PASS 2019 Discount Code Discount code for the Olympia Area SQL Server User Group is:

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Call for Speakers

Peter Palka is trying to put together a 6 month calendar of speakers and topics. Peter would like to start having two presentations per meeting. One topic could be a short 15 minute presentation and then the other could be a 60-90 minute topic. 

 If you have done something you think is noteworthy that others could benefit from, Peter would like to hear from you. He is willing to help you turn any ideas you have into a presentation. OASSUG is a user group, provided and supported by local area SQL Server users.

  Remember you don’t have to do a full-blown 90 minute presentation; even just a short presentation would be a great way to support our local SQL Server user group.

 

 

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