SQL Server user group is a backbone of the SQL Server community. I currently help run the Louisville SQL Server user group and prior to that I ran the Omaha SQL Server user group for many years. I know how difficult it can be to get in person speakers. Needless to say when I was asked to speak at a group within driving distance, I jumped at the opportunity.
So on Thursday July 20th, 2017, I’ll be making the drive over to Evansville, Indiana where I’ll be presenting for the Evansville Technology Group. This group is not just SQL Server, but rather a combination of SQL Server, Powershell, and .NET. I’m really looking forward to presenting for them! Lunch will be provided!
Continuous Integration & Delivery isn’t a new concept. Application Developers have been doing it for quite a while and now it’s time for Database Professionals to catch up. Whether you are a database administrator, database developer, or even an application developer, database continuous delivery can help you find your salvation. I’ll show you how to apply these concepts to areas of security, collaboration, testing, support and deployments. We will look at what continuous delivery means, demonstrate some tools that can help you easily get it into place, and dive into why it’s important.
If you are in the Evansville, Indiana area over the lunch hour on Thursday July 20th, please stop by!! You can register for the event here. If you do decide to go, please make sure to RSVP so that the organizers have an accurate head count for food.
See you there!
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