No, I’m not talking about the DAY() function that you’d find if you Googled anything related to “SQL Server” and “day.”
It was amazing, to say the least.
And yes, I know I’m a few months late to the game to blog about last year’s PASS Summit, but I only recently got my blog up and running and have had a chance to compile myriad pictures I took during the conference. Whether you’re relatively new to SQL Server and are considering going or a veteran who has been multiple times, I thought I’d share my experience in hopes that you’ll glean something from it–maybe a new nugget of information.
PASS Summit 2016 Countdown:
;WITH the #sqlpass Summit 2016 only one month away, I’m counting down the next 30 days with 30 links I’ve found to be incredibly useful over the years! @sqlpass @microsoft #sqlserver
How to Increase SQL Server Query Performance When You Have No Control Over the Query — A Unique Approach
Last week, at my local PASS chapter (Rochester), I gave a presentation titled “Magical Query Tuning.” In the presentation, I described a query-tuning technique that can be used when you think you’re out of options. I first learned of this method from Kendra Little at LittleKendra.com and I think it’s an incredibly interesting and not widely-known method, which is why I chose to share it with everyone.
I’m a huge proponent of SQL Server. I think it’s a great database engine and I find that I’m always looking for ways to expand my knowledge about the product and help others expand theirs. In that vein, starting in October of this year I’ve begun tweeting one SQL Server function and a link to its page on microsoft.com, each Friday. I call it Function Friday.