Wayne Sheffield

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On Saturday, March 10, 2012, I’ll be presenting “Table Vars and Temp Tables – What you NEED to know!” at SQL Saturday #110 in Tampa, FL. Come out and join me in this code filled session, where we’ll discover the differences and similarities of Temporary Tables and Table Variables, dispel some widespread myths about each, […]

I’m honored to have been selected to present two sessions at SQL Saturday #96 in our nation’s capital, Washington DC on Saturday, November 5, 2011. The first session is in room 7091 at 1:15pm: “Table Vars and Temp Tables – What you NEED to know!” Come join me in this code filled session, where we’ll […]

On Saturday, October 29, 2011 at 2:45 pm, I’ll be presenting “Table Vars and Temp Tables – What you NEED to know!” at SQL Saturday #87 in Louisville, KY. Come out and join me in this code filled session, where we’ll discover the differences and similarities of Temporary Tables and Table Variables, dispel some widespread […]

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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