Welcome to the SQL Bristol
The Bristol, United Kingdom PASS Chapter

Next Meeting

Wednesday,

November

02

SQL-Bristol Evening Session (November 2016)

  • In-Person @ Broad Quay House Bristol, , United Kingdom (map)
  • 18:00 - 21:00 (UTC+00:00) Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London
  • Language: English

We have managed to line up a couple of great speakers for our first evening session that is being held at the Just Eat offices in central Bristol - with free pizza being provided.

This includes a short break/networking opportunity between the talks to get to know your peers.  The details of the two talks are as follows: -

Stephanie Locke

Getting started with R Service in SQL Server 2016 (Advanced Analytics/Internet of Things)

Richard Douglas

Natural Born Killers - Performance Issues to Avoid (Database Administrator/Database Developer)

* the SQL-Bristol tracks/topics areas are shown in brackets

The event starts at 6pm and finishes at 9pm, you need to have registered on Meetup.com so that we can provide the venue security with details of who is attending.  This event is free and open to all!

Featured Presentation:

Getting started with R Service in SQL Server 2016

Stephanie Locke, Data Scientist Locke Data

Getting started with R Service in SQL Server 2016

About Stephanie:
Steph Locke leads a life of data, coffee, books and board games. During the day, Steph runs her own consultancy helping people start doing data science. Steph enjoys being her own gal as it means she gets to spend plenty of time building communities to provide platforms for people to help each other be better with data.

Natural Born Killers - Performance Issues to Avoid

Richard Douglas, Senior Solutions Engineer SentryOne

Natural Born Killers - Performance Issues to Avoid

About Richard:
Richard Douglas is a Senior Solutions Engineer at SentryOne, where he specializes in the SQL Server product range. He has worked with SQL Server since version 7.0 in various developer and DBA roles and holds a number of Microsoft certifications. Richard is a keen member of the SQL Server community, having run a PASS Chapter in the UK and having served on the organizing committee for SQLRelay. Richard blogs at http://SQL.RichardDouglas.co.uk and is on Twitter as @SQLRich.

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