Wayne Sheffield

My blog about SQL Server

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The company that I work with, SQL Solutions Group, is conducting a free community event. The week of the PASS Summit, on Tuesday, we will be hosting a day of free training. This is an event for all data professionals who happen to be in the Seattle area the days leading up to Summit but […]

You know, these 1 hour sessions that are at most SQL Saturdays are just too short sometimes – you just get going and bang! The times up. There’s only so much material that can be presented in just one hour. Recognizing this, last year my friend Jason Brimhall and I teamed up and created an […]

You know, these 1 hour sessions that are at most SQL Saturdays are just too short sometimes – you just get going and bang! The times up. There’s only so much material that can be presented in just one hour. Recognizing this, last year my friend Jason Brimhall and I teamed up and created an […]

You know, these 1 hour sessions that are at most SQL Saturdays are just too short sometimes – you just get going and bang! The times up. There’s only so much material that can be presented in just one hour. Recognizing this, last year my friend Jason Brimhall and I teamed up and created an […]

Recap of my first ever SQL PASS Summit – 2011: Saturday, Oct 8 – Travel day – I flew from Richmond VA to the Seattle / Tacoma International airport via Atlanta. The flight arrived early… 11:20pm (that’s 2:20am EST… yuck). Other than being in the airline system for 12 hours, it was pretty non-eventful. (But […]

On Wednesday, Sept 21, 2011 at 6:30pm EST, I’ll be presenting Banish RBAR! to the Hampton Roads SQL Server User Group. I’ll be presenting to the user group live, so this won’t be available online. The abstract for this presentation is: SQL Server is primarily designed for set-based operations, so code that performs Row-By-Agonizing-Row (RBAR) […]

On Thursday, Sept 8, 2011 at 6:30pm EST, I’ll be presenting Banish RBAR! to the Richmond SQL Server User Group. The last time I presented here was the week of PASS Summit, so I’m hoping for a greater turnout. The abstract for this presentation is: SQL Server is primarily designed for set-based operations, so code […]

On Thursday, Sept 1, 2011 at 7:15pm EST, I’ll be presenting via LiveMeeting to the Curacao SQL Server User Group. This will be my second time presenting to these great folks, and I’m really looking forward for this return visit. The topic is Banish RBAR!, and the abstract for it is: SQL Server is primarily […]

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