SQL Saturday #689 Prague – I will be speaking!

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Now that the schedule is finally released, I can share that I will be speaking at SQL Saturday Prague that it will take place on Oct,21th in the DOX.

As you know SQL Saturday is free event hosted by the community with the support of PASS and some sponsors. It a place where you can share and learn about the Microsoft Data Platform and Analytics world. So, I am here to invite you to the event and also to join my session.

I will be talking about some tricks and tips for Developers when Designing or Optimizing  SQL Server Databases. With those tips you will be able to make your database a lot faster and your DBA will be happy. Not prolonging here are the details of my session.

Track: Application & Database Development
Time: 04:30 to 05:30 PM
Session: Stop everything! Top T-SQL tricks to a Developer
http://www.sqlsaturday.com/689/Sessions/Details.aspx?sid=67828

I not only recommend you to go to my session, but I do recommend to come to the event for the whole day and enjoy the sessions from the Experts in the market! The full details of the event you can find in the link below!

http://www.sqlsaturday.com/689/EventHome.aspx

See you there!
Marcos Freccia
Data Platform MVP

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About Marcos Freccia

MVP em SQL Server (Data Plataform) , especialista em SQL Server, e atualmente trabalhando com Microsoft Azure!

Posted on September 27, 2017, in Comunidade, SQL Saturday, SQL Server, SQL Server 2016, VirtualPass and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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