Capital Area SQL Server User Group

Announcements

October CASSUG Meeting

Kathi Kellenberger of RedGate is our October guest speaker!  She will talk about T-SQL windowing functions!  View our Meetup event page for more information!

 
CASSUG member Ed Pollack speaking at PASS Summit

Our own Ed Pollack has been selected to speak at this year's PASS Summit!  Congrats, Ed!

 
CASSUG Represented at SQL Events

CASSUG members regularly present at events throughout the country, such as SQL Saturday and user group meetings!  Here are upcoming events where our members are speaking!

 
Looking for speakers!

Are you interested in speaking at one of our meetings?  We are looking for people to present!  Let us know!  (Contact link is forthcoming; until then, use our Meetup page to contact us!)

 
CASSUG Members Featured in Podcasts

Two CASSUG members were recently featured in podcasts on SQL Data Partners!  Greg Moore discusses emergency situations outside of IT and how they would apply in disaster recovery situations, while Ray Kim talks about technical communication and documentation!  Go check them out!

 
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The Capital Area SQL Server User Group (CASSUG) is open to anyone interested in SQL Server or related technologies.  We are a member chapter of the Professional Association for SQL Server  (PASS).  There are no membership fees.  Meetings are held on the second Monday of every month except December. 

We meet in the cafeteria at Autotask  26 Tech Valley Drive, East Greenbush, NY.  Enter the cafeteria at the patio entrance by the side of the building.

For the most updated meeting announcements, view our Meetup page, as well as our upcoming events!

Our meetings usually go something like this:

  • 5:30 PM Food, soft drinks, and networking
  • 6:15 PM Chapter news and announcements
  • 6:20 PM Presentation (topic changes monthly)
  • We usually wrap up between 7:30 PM and 8:00 PM.

Please feel free to join us.  You can also find us on

 

Next Meeting: Mon, Oct 08 2018

October CASSUG Meeting

Language: English
Event Type: In-Person
Online Meeting URL: None
RSVPURL: https://www.meetup.com/Capital-Area-SQL-Server-User-Group/events/250318997/

Introduction to T-SQL Windowing Functions

T-SQL windowing functions can simplify many complex queries. They are the best thing that has happened to the T-SQL language in years, but many database professionals and developers haven’t heard about them. They were initially introduced with SQL Server 2005. In 2012, Microsoft added several new functions that let you do things like pull values from different rows without a performance penalty. Attend this session to learn how T-SQL windowing functions apply to many real world examples


Red-Gate will be sponsoring the food.

When

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UTC : Mon, Oct 08 2018 21:30 - 00:00
Event Time : Mon, Oct 08 2018 17:30 - 20:00 Eastern Daylight Time
Your Local Time: Mon, Oct 08 2018 21:30 - 00:00

Where

26 Tech Valley Drive
East Greenbush, New York

Direction: Enter via the side door please (from the patio).

Featured Presentation

Introduction to T-SQL Windowing Functions

Speaker: Kathi Kellenberger, Editor of Simple Talk Redgate

Summary: T-SQL windowing functions can simplify many complex queries. They are the best thing that has happened to the T-SQL language in years, but many database professionals and developers haven’t heard about them. They were initially introduced with SQL Server 2005. In 2012, Microsoft added several new functions that let you do things like pull values from different rows without a performance penalty. Attend this session to learn how T-SQL windowing functions apply to many real world examples.

About Kathi: Kathi Kellenberger is the Editor of Simple Talk at Redgate and a Data Platform MVP. She has worked with SQL Server for over 20 years and has authored, co-authored, or tech edited over a dozen technical books. Kathi is the co-leader of the PASS Women in Technology Virtual Group and a volunteer at LaunchCode. When Kathi isn’t working she enjoys spending time with family and friends, cycling, singing, and climbing the stairs of tall buildings. Be sure to check out her courses on Pluralsight.

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