In a few short days the newest SQL Saturday event. This one will be on the far West coast of the United States.
This marks the first time for me to present at a SQL Saturday so far West. From where I live, I have had to travel East for every SQL Saturday so far. This should make for a fun and interesting new experience.
This event is in Sacramento on 12 July 2014. It will be held at the following address.
Patrick Hays Learning Center
2700 Gateway Oaks Drive, Suite 2600
Sacramento, CA 95833
The fun stuff
When I take a look at the schedule I see some pretty interesting sessions. One session of note is by Kalen Delaney (blog | twitter). I have never heard Kalen present – ever. In the same room is Benjamin Nevarez presenting on parameter sniffing. Since his session is right before hers, I will probably just be hanging out in there for the morning.
The third session of the day poses an interesting dilemma. I could go watch a session I have never seen before, or I could go watch a session by any of the other four presenters knowing I have seen all of those sessions. Dilemmas, dilemmas.
In the afternoon, there are two sessions that really caught my eye. There is a session by Ami Levin about physical join operators (cool topic) and then this other session about Extended Events. I really hope to make it to that XE session. I hear there might be some surprises in it.
I hope to see you at the event. If you are there, find me and say hi. Maybe we can even chat for a bit.