Arizona SQL Server Users Group

Next Meeting: Wed, Apr 10 2019

SQL AntiPatterns

Language: English
Event Type: In-Person
Online Meeting URL: None
RSVPURL: https://www.meetup.com/Arizona-SQL-Server-User-Group/events/rhrdvqyzgbnb/

Title: SQL AntiPatterns

Abstract:

Bill Karwin in his book SQL antipatterns says, "An antipattern is a technique that is intended to solve a problem but that often leads to other problems." JT will explore a few of the SQL pitfalls detailed in Karwin's excellent book. Learn how to identify the pattern, refactor, or learn to live with it.

Speaker: JT Moree, System Architect, DBA, PMP

Speaker Bio:

JT has worked at Kahala, the parent company of Cold Stone Creamery for the last 13 years. In that time he has taken on roles such as DBA, System Admin, Project Manager, and System Architect. As lead architect on most in house applications and databases he likes to implement, internalize, and evangelize any resource that aids in continuous improvement. Please welcome JT Moree with his speech on SQL antipatterns.

Agenda:

• 5:30-5:45pm: Sign-in & network
• 5:45-6:00pm: Announcements & Intro
• 6:00-7:00pm: Presentation
• 7:00-7:15pm: Q&A, wrap-up, clean-up

Location:

DriveTime
1720 West Rio Salado Pkwy
Tempe, AZ 85281

Please enter the North-East side of the building into the auditorium area as the main entrance (center on the North side) will be closed.

Sponsor: AZSSUG

When

iCal
UTC : Thu, Apr 11 2019 00:30 - 02:00
Event Time : Wed, Apr 10 2019 17:30 - 19:00 (UTC-07:00) Arizona
Your Local Time: Thu, Apr 11 2019 00:30 - 02:00

Where

1720 West Rio Salado Pkwy
Tempe, Arizona

Direction: None

Featured Presentation

SQL AntiPatterns

Speaker: JT Moree, System Architect Kahala

Summary: Bill Karwin in his book SQL antipatterns says, "An antipattern is a technique that is intended to solve a problem but that often leads to other problems." JT will explore a few of the SQL pitfalls detailed in Karwin's excellent book. Learn how to identify the pattern, refactor, or learn to live with it.

About JT: For the last decade JT has wrestled heterogeneous DBMSs--bending them to his will--forcing Microsoft and Open Source databases to work together for the common good of man ... or the common good of his paycheck. Having diverse professional roles over the last 2 decades (including small business owner, systems administrator, and developer and more) aids him in understanding technical problems at multiple levels.

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