Looks like I will be speaking Wed. Night. If you are in the area I hope you can make it down. I have the info here.
Colorado Springs SQL Server User Group:
SQL Server Tune Up
Chris Shaw is a SQL Server MVP and started working with SQL Server in 1995 and continues with it to this day. His career has taken him from a Yellow Pages publishing company to Wells Fargo and mortgage companies like Pulte Mortgage. Chris has enjoyed speaking and writing about SQL Server for the last 10 years. The combination of speaking and writing was his guide in becoming the Site Manager for SSWUG.ORG. Chris has been active in the SQL Server Community for a number of years including being the founder of the Colorado Springs SQL Server User Group and speaking as the SSWUG content chair, not only at SSWUG Conferences but at Dev Connections as well. Chris’s writings can be found on SSWUG.org, his blog (chrisshaw.wordpress.com) and in the SQL Server 2005 Bible.
Just like you tune up your car, or you head to the Doctor for a health visit, your SQL Server needs a tune up on occasion. In this session we will talk about how to do your SQL Server tune up and what you should be looking for. This session is designed for DBAs and the accidental DBA.
7450 Campus Drive
Colorado Springs, CO
Typical Meeting Agenda:
5:30 to 6:00 pm – Arrival/Food/Networking
6:00 to 6:20 pm – User Group Business and Board Announcements
6:20 to 8:00 pm – Speaker Presentation
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