I am quite excited about this Saturday (January 28th, 2012) which will witness SQL Saturday #76 being organized at Auckland. This time around I will not be physically present for the event but will be presenting via Live Meeting on “Debugging the deadlock for the scheduler”. It would have been awesome to be there in person but I shall make the most of the remote opportunity! As they say… If wishes were horses, even beggars would ride! I am going to show you some cool stuff that you can do when you encounter a Deadlocked Schedulers scenario in SQL Server including a demo on debugging a SQL dump!
There are a bunch of other interesting sessions on a whole gamut of topics for you to pick and choose from! Space is limited so if you want to attend and be part of the fun and learning, then get yourself registered here pronto. The list of sessions that for the day are available here.
Venue: Microsoft New Zealand, Level 5, 22 Viaduct Harbour Ave, Auckland CBD
Date: January 28th, 2012
Time: Registration opens at 8.30AM NZ time | Event will conclude around 5PM NZ time
Looking forward to another fun-filled Saturday!
I am really looking forward to SQL Saturday 116 which is the first SQL Saturday being organized in Bangalore at the Microsoft Office on January 7th, 2012. There are some interesting stuff lined up for the day with two different tracks: Main and Practical. You can look up the schedule here.
Not only do you have an amazingly line-up of speakers but there’s also going to be a SQL Server Clinic. Those of you who have attended the SQL Pass Summit might be familiar with this concept where you have MSFT CSS Engineers having deep technical expertise in SQL Server available to you to discuss your real-world SQL problems that you face in your environments that you manage or work on. We love the challenge of new problems that we have not seen before and derive immense amount of satisfaction in helping someone resolve a tough or difficult issue involving SQL Server! If you have a specific problem to solve, it helps to bring the details. ERRORLOG files, error messages, specific query syntax, or details of your environment. The more background context you provide us with, the more we can narrow down with our suggestions. No presentations, just some serious troubleshooting and on-the-spot assistance from 2:30PM IST – 5PM IST under the Practical track.
I am glad that I will have the opportunity of presenting at SQL Saturday #116 along with the likes of Pinal Dave [Blog | Twitter], Vinod Kumar [Blog | Twitter] and Balmukund Lakhani [Blog | Twitter]. My presentation topic reads “Demsytifying SQL Server Memory Dumps” at 11:30AM IST. As the topic reads, I am going to clarify why digging into the root causes which result in SQL Server memory dumps might not be a daunting task!
I am totally looking forward to Jan 7th!! That would be a cracker of way to start off the first weekend on the New Year! Are you gonna be there?