Avoid Technology Debt

Posted: September 19, 2014 in Events

Can you afford to miss this free training class? See the end of this post on how to sign up.

Have you ever been in a situation where you are working on implementing a SQL Server based solution and you need to make a decision about the technology that could impact the rest of the project? How do you know the decisions you are making are the right ones, and do you know what the downstream effects are of the decision you are about ready to make?

The wrong decisions can leave you with mounds of technology debt, or in other words issues that you are going to have to go back and correct before you can move forward with new development. Less than optimal decisions may leave you with performance issues, reliability concerns and even recovery problems.

John Morehouse and I are going to spend a day in a very small and engaging session reviewing how we look at these issues. We have the crime data for Chicago going back 10 years and1 you will see how our case study addresses many of these decisions. A few of the many topics we will cover are:

  • Enterprise and Database Architecture
  • Database Infrastructure
  • Indexing Strategies

The class will be near the Denver Technical Center on September 26th. We plan to start close to 8:30 AM and wrap up around 4:00 PM. If you can attend please let me know as soon as you can because seats will fill up, RSVP by sending me an email here.

When: September 26, 2014

Where: XTIVIA, Inc. – Centennial Office Location – Building C

XTIVIA Conference Area

7200 S. Alton Way, Building C

Centennial, CO 80112


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