[EN]/[NL] T-7 Days till my next session… at SDN Event in Zeist

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Het SDN Event van vrijdag 11 september is het volgende SDN Event van 2015. We hebben dan een vol programma met uiteenlopende sessies. Deze keer hebben we als speciale gasten Claus Nielsen uit Denemarken met PowerShell gerelateerde sessies, Tobiasz Janusz Koprowski origineel uit Polen maar wonend in Engeland over SQL Azure databases en Stephen Ball uit Engeland over Delphi in de Cloud en IoT. Kortom een mooi gevuld event met super onderwerpen verdeeld over 4 volle tracks.

A week in advance announcement, I’m very happy to be one of the three foreign speakers at Autumn’ Conference of Software Development Network in Zeist (The Netherland). Everything began two months ago when Roel Hans BethlehemTechnical Director and SharePoint Architect at Rapid Circle {TWITTER|LINKEDIN|FACEBOOK|BLOG} send me kind request as a result of sending a birthday wishes. This case is a proof – be open, connect to community and you will be awarded sooner or later. I checked my calendar and said YES! It’s very good beginning for my new speakers season. Season Six. It’s not new event. This community – even brand new for me – is well known in The Netherlands.

Four rooms, several international speakers, Azure Services, PowerShell, Delphi, Security, XML, AML and more. Here is the list of all sessions:

Zaal 1
Microsoft Band | Roy Jansen
Een andere kijk op Microservices | Dennis van der Stelt
Reverse Engineering ten behoeve van security analyses | Michiel van der Sluis
DevOps and ALM
| Hassan Fadili

Zaal PowerShell
PowerShell and what is new in Version 5 | Claus Nielsen
Open your application to Powershell
| Eric Tummers
Speeding up PowerShell (Pro and ConsHow can you optimize your PowerShell scripts? | Claus Nielsen
Bouwen van een cross-platform app met één codebase | Klaas Polinder
A Lap around Chrome apps and extensionsGoogle Chrome | Fanie Reynders

Zaal 3
Using OWIN to build atonomous HTTP-based .NET components that you can host anywhere | Dennis Doomen
Distributed Systems principles | Dennis van der Stelt
Nieuwe mogelijkheden van Azure Websites
| Eelco Koster
 
Zaal Delphi
Client-server systeem gebaseerd op de classes TIdTCPClient | Herbert Schrama
REST Web Services met XML
| Bob Swart
Using Azure Translator Services with Delphi
| Stephen Ball
Getting Connected with IoT and Delphi | Stephen Ball
InterBase XE7 & Change Views | Stephen Ball

 

If you noticed only three sessions in Zaal 3 – that’s right. It is place for me. I will present two sessions (which is and obligation for foreign speakers and which in my opinion really good idea) both in Zaal 3:

  • Windows Azure SQL Database for Beginners … at 10:00 in the morning
  • SQL Server Source Control in the Cloud Beginners at 13:00

More details and registration are available at the conference page: http://www.sdn.nl/EVENTS/11-september-2015 

PS. Because I’m in Friends of Redgate Program I will bring special swags from RedGate to audience of this conference. So wait for final raffle!

[EN] The Redgate Way in AD 2015

LOGO__FORG2015I’m very very happy to be Friend Of Redgate. I’m member of this fantastic program for last three/four years. My first “Friends of Redgate” sencence appears in my mailbox in fall of 2011. Since this moment I’m trying to be active in this way. My stardard job as Friend is part of evangelization – not as good as my friends Grant Fritchey {TWITTER|BLOG} or Steve Jones {TWITTER|BLOG}, but because they both always inspiring me, I’m trying to be better year by year – is speaking and talking about arround, with Redgate’s ingeniously simple stuff. Speaking continuosly need improvement. Session writing, demo testing, then presenting and collecting opinions is a hard job. Sometimes I failed, sometime I rocking. But improving my session is my primary goal for this year. Not only by quantity but with quality.

In next two weeks I will spend almost three days in Redgate Headquarter in Cambridge. First day will be oriented for two main focus:

     >> Friends of Redgate Things: opinions, ideas, project team exchange, project and product managers talk, constructive advices and more

     >> Business Perspectives: because I just moved to England, hope that collaboration with Redgate could be alittle closer than before

Next two days it will be focusing for intensive learning workshops in Database Lifecycle Management (DLM) Training mode:

    Database Source Control – If you want to take the first step in improving your database development process with DLM, this is the workshop for you. You’ll learn how to: || Source control your database – the first step in any DLM process || Deploy your databases from source control || Monitor and track database changes across development, testing, and production environments. Workshop outline:
              – Introduction to Database Lifecycle Management (DLM)
              – Source control: an overview
              – SQL Source Control & Redgate DLM tools
              – Lunch
              – Deploying from source control
              – Branching and merging
              – Migration scripts for complex changes
              – Tracking changes across environments with DLM Dashboard
              – Networking and beer!

    Database Continuous Integration – Ready to do database continuous integration (CI) as part of Database Lifecycle Management? Then this is the workshop for you. You’ll learn how to: || Link your source control repository to a build system || Trigger database builds automatically when you make a change || Use Redgate’s DLM tools to test your database changes || Lay the foundations for package-based deployment of your database. Workshop outline
              – Introduction to Database Lifecycle Management (DLM)
              – Continuous integration (CI): an overview
              – CI & Redgate DLM tools
              – Automating builds
              – Lunch
              – The SQL CI plugin
              – Introduction to SQL Test
              – How to automate tests
              – Tracking changes across environments with DLM Dashboard
              – Networking and beer!

Both workshops will be provided by one of two Redgate DLM Trainer Tom Austin >>  Tom has spent the last 7 years working at Redgate, focusing on our DLM tools. He’s worked closely with customers from many different industries to improve efficiency and productivity in their development environments. Recently he has been involved in webinars focusing on database versioning using SQL Source Control
sing SQL Source Control. You can still register for one of those workshops plus another one named: Automated Database Deployment not only in United Kingdom but in United States (of America) too:

          – April 10 2015 | Database Continuous Integration | LA, USA | $500 | Ike Ellis | REGISTER

          – April 22 2015 | Database Source Control | Cambridge, UK | £300 | Tom Austin | REGISTER

          – April 23 2015 | Database Continuous Integration | Cambridge, UK | £300 | Tom Austin | REGISTER

          – April 24 2015 | Automated Database Deployment | Exeter, UK | £300 | Alex Yates | REGISTER

          – May 15 2015 | Database Continuous Integration |Bellevue, WA | $500 | Northwest Cadence | REGISTER

          – May 20 2015 | Automated Database Deployment | London, UK | £300 | Alex Yates | REGISTER

Learning? Yes, definitely very good planned two April’s days. Teaching? Yes, definitely more sessions with those subjects at User Groups, Saturday Conferences and middle-week conference in future months. If you will go to Cambridge, stop and say hello (or bring excellent coffe from Redgate’s Level Zero Cafeteria.

[EN] Last SQL Saturday in 2014

sqlsat356_webTuesday, after two intensive weeks when I delivered two five days course {one about IIS 8 in Oslo, second about SharePoint in Reykjavik – both with CQURE Academy} I’m going to leaving Leicestershire. Next few days will be very intensive for me (and I’m very happy that not only for me). My trip route for this week is simple: London>Warsaw>Belgrade>Ljubljana. For next is simple too: Ljubljana>Belgrade>Warsaw>Wroclaw. What will happen between routes? My last SQL Saturday session. First time in Ljubljana (I had no chance to attend year ago, but this time definitely yes).

Limited numbers of attendees and limited numbers of sessions, but both: session and speakers list – hardest choice ever:

Alexander Karl | Reporting Services with Geospatial Visualization
Andre Kamman | ORM Tuning From A Database Perspective
Boris Hristov | The nightmare of locking, blocking and isolation levels!
Davide Mauri | BI Markup Language – BI to the next level (EN)
Denis Reznik | Deadlocks 2.0. Everything that developer needs to know
Denny Cherry | Index Internals
Denny Cherry | Table Indexing for the .NET Developer
Gianluca Sartori | Responding to extended events in near real time
Gilberto Zampatti | Columnstore indexes, concepts and evolution
Janos Berke | High Availability – Partial Database Availabilty
John Martin | AlwaysOn for Multi-site & multi-subnet
Jonathan Allen | How to look after SQL Server without needing a DBA
Kevin Boles | Common TSQL Mistakes
Margarita Naumova | A deep dive into SQL Server Plan Cache Management
Mihail Mateev | Dealing with Entity Framework 6.1
Milos Radivojevic | Hekaton Challenges from Database Development Point of View
Rasmus Reinholdt | Building a meta-driven near realtime ETL solution with BIML and SSIS
Regis Baccaro | SharePoint as a Business Intelligence platform
Saso Koren | SSAS in multi-lingual environments: tips & tricks
Stacia Misner | Multidimensional vs Tabular – May the Best Model Win
Tobiasz Koprowski | SQL Server Source Control
Tomaz Kastrun | Usage of R in SQL Server for better data understanding
Uwe Ricken | INSERT / UPDATE / DELETE – deep dive
William Durkin | Database Replication – What, How and Why

Official language – will be English, but I’m sure that Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Deutch, Polish, American English, British English, Italian, SLovenian, Dutch, Hungarian will be easy to hear somewhere arround.

Details, full agenda, registration (waiting list) for conference and one of two pre-conf are HERE 

PS.: If you going – please use event scheduler and choose right sessions for you. If not, please de-register for giving place for attendees on waiting list.