Category Archives: User’s Group

Speaking on 7/25 for the Nashville SQL Server User Group: How In-Memory Database Objects Affect Database Design

So I have blogged about it, and I have prepared for it, and next Friday at lunch time I will be unveiling my new presentation. The location/other details can be found here: , but the abstract is: How In-Memory Database Objects Affect Database Design With SQL Server 2014, Microsoft has added a major new feature to help optimize OLTP database implementations by persisting your data primarily in RAM. Of course it isn’t that simple, internally everything that uses…(read more)

Speaking this week at Richmond SQL Server User Group

Thursday night, at 6:00 (or so) I will be speaking in Richmond ( ), talking about How to Implement a Hierarchy using SQL Server. The abstract is: One of the most common structures you will come across in the real world is a hierarchy (either a single parent “tree” or a multi-parent “graph”). Many systems will implement the obvious examples, such as a corporate managerial structure or a bill of materials. It turns out that almost any many-to-many relationship can be…(read more)