Wer geht hin?
San Francisco, Kalifornien, USA
Am Mittwoch, 15. April 2015 findet unser nächstes monatliches Community Meeting ab 17:30 bei bwin.party (Marxergasse 1B, 1030 Wien) statt. Unsere Themen sind diesmal:
SQL Server Extended Events: Making the Leap from Profiler to Extended Events
If you’re like me, you’ve been using SQL Trace and Profiler since you started using SQL Server. They’re like old friends, tried and true. You know how they work, you know what you can capture, you know how to find the data you need. But now you’ve been told that your good friends have been deprecated in SQL Server 2012, and you need to become best friends with Extended Events. What is THAT all about? It’s ok. Really. In this session we’ll look at Profiler and Extended Events side by side to see how easy it is to transition to Extended Events. We’ll step through real world examples using Extended Events to do what you’re used to doing with Trace, and even more. You can find the time learn Extended Events…today.
Erin Stellato, Principal Consultant @ SQLskills.com
Microsoft BI: My Favourite Pie (chart): Simple Rules for Clear and Attractive Visuals
Do you want to deliver information in an effective and efficient way? Even when the attractiveness of a report is important, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Join this session where Markus will show you some simple rules for helping end-users to understand the story their data is trying to tell.
You will see how you can implement those rules with different tools from Microsoft’s BI stack – resulting in clear and concise information delivered through beautiful dashboards. You will also learn how to identify sub-optimal dashboards and what you can do to improve them.
Markus Ehrenmüller-Jensen, Business Intelligence Architect @ runtastic
Zeit und Ort
The Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) is an independent, not-for-profit association dedicated to supporting, educating, and promoting the global Microsoft SQL Server community. PASS Austria is the local Austrian PASS Chapter formerly known as SQL Server User Group Austria.
PASS is run by and for the community, made up of database administrators and developers, application developers, Business Intelligence and IT professionals, executives, consultants, educators, instructors, students, vendors, and many others who work with or use Microsoft SQL Server and Business Intelligence technologies.