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SQL Server User Group [Sydney] – Reducing the Risk of Data Breach and Improving Data Security – Tue 10th Sep 2019

Tue., 10 Sep. 2019, 5:30 pm: So I assume the session title got your attention… Good! As databases get larger and organisations retain more data for business intelligence / data analytics purposes the — Read on www.meetup.com/en-AU/Sydney-SQL-Server-User-Group/events/261421144/

SQL Server Engineering Team – New Website for Important SQL Server Info + Updates

A new home for the SQL Server engineering team to communicate important information about SQL Server with the community. We have migrated several SQL Server related blogs to this new home in the SQL Server TechCommunity. Click here for the new SQL Server Engineering Team blog. There’s also a list of links to some of their […]

Tonight: SQL Server User Group Sydney – The Roadmap for SQL Server

Sydney SQL Server User Group meets tonight from 5:30pm at Microsoft Reactor. Tonight’s Speaker: Victor Isakov (MCA, MCM, MCT, MVP) More details here. Tonight will cover: With support for Linux and Containers SQL Server 2017 opened up a new world of possibilities for Microsoft. SQL Server 2019 will bring to market a new modern data […]

Queensland SQL Server User Group Meeting Tonight

QSSUG Meeting This Thursday – 26th of November   The emerging field of "Location Intelligence" brings the worlds of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Business Intelligence (BI) together. These capabilities are now available with SQL Server in a no-coding, user-driven environment provided by the Integeo (www.integeo.com) Map Intelligence product. SQL Server 2008 also introduces a […]

Itzik Ben-Gan appearing at Sydney SQL Server Users Group – Tue 10th Oct 2006

Itzik Ben-Gan the T-SQL set based solution guru from Solid Quality Learning will be appearing at the Sydney SQL Server Users group on Tuesday 10th Oct 2006. Itzik will be discussing Internals and Externals of Table Scans and the access methods SQL Server uses to perform these and other scans. The Sydney SQL Server Users […]