This page lists all the various talks and presentations that I’ve given or plan to give, including keynote talks. If you want to see me speak, please check my speaking schedule, or send me a note through SQLServerCentral (sjones) or on Twitter (@way0utwest).
SQL Server Presentations
Here are the various SQL presentations that I’ve done over the years. You can check the speaking schedule to see when I might do these in the future, but please feel free to send a note if you’d like to see one of these or if you have questions.
- AlwaysOn and Contained Database in SQL Server 2012
- Automated Database Build and Test
- Beginning SQL Server
- Best Practices for Database Deployment
- Common Problems in Backup and Recovery
- Common SQL Server Mistakes
- Contained Databases in 2012
- Continuous Integration for Databases
- Core Monitoring for SQL Server
- Database Maintenance Essentials
- The Encryption Primer
- Filestream and Filetable in SQL Server
- Get Your Database Under Version Control
- Get Testing with tSQLt
- Getting Control of Your Instances with Policy Based Management
- Intermediate T-SQL: Window Functions
- Intermediate T-SQL: PIVOT, UNPIVOT, and APPLY
- Intermediate T-SQL: Writing Cleaner Code
- Maintaining High Performance When Using Encryption
- Preparation for Disaster
- Prepare for When Disaster Strikes
- Searching Binary Data in SQL Server
- Team-based Database Development with Version Control
- The Top Ten Skills You Need for SQL Server
- Unstructured Data in SQL Server
- Your First Week as a DBA
Please feel free to suggest something as well. I’ve worked in a lot of areas of SQL Server, but haven’t built presentations on all of the areas in which I have experience.
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Branding Yourself for a Dream Job – The Modern Resume – Learning ways to better market yourself and present yourself as a capable employee in your particular industry. I talk about networking, blogging, and more. This talk has it’s own blog at themodernresume.com.
Mostly for me to keep handy, but here’s my official bio:
Steve has been working with SQL Server since 1991 and been a DBA in a variety of large and small companies and industries. In 2001 Steve founded SQLServerCentral with two partners and has been publishing technical articles and facilitating discussions among SQL Server professionals ever since. He currently is the full time editor of SQLServerCentral, owned by Red Gate Software. Steve is a Microsoft SQL Server MVP and a D&B MVP.