Welcome to the SF Valley SQL Server User Group aka SQL Malibu!



Join us every 3rd Wednesday of every month between 6:30 pm and 9:00PM, where we network and discuss SQL Server topics. We will have swag giveaways at the end of the each presentation too. Our monthly meeting are FREE (admission and parking), casual and EVERYONE is welcome. We are WALK-IN friendly. Hope to see you very soon!!!

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Next Meeting: Wed, Jan 18 2017

SQL Malibu Event - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Language: English
Event Type: In-Person & Online
Online Meeting URL: None
RSVPURL: http://sqlmalibu1701.eventbrite.com

Featured Presentation:

SQLCmd Mode - The T-SQL Easy Button by Robert L Davis

Ever find yourself writing a T-SQL script and wishing you could do a relatively simple task that T-SQL just doesn't support? Like running a script and passing in parameters at run-time? Or using a variable across multiple batches? Or run a script across multiple instances?
SQLCmd mode in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) is the answer to these problems and more. Unfortunately most people don't even know about these capabilities. It's the T-SQL easy button that almost nobody uses!

When

iCal
UTC : Thu, Jan 19 2017 02:30 - 05:00
Event Time : Wed, Jan 18 2017 18:30 - 21:00 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Your Local Time: Thu, Jan 19 2017 02:30 - 05:00

Where

6600 Topanga Canyon Boulevard
Canoga Park, California

Direction: 2nd Floor, close to the food court and across from the half-fruit company (aka Apple)

Featured Presentation

SQLCmd Mode - The T-SQL Easy Button

Speaker: Robert Davis, Database Engineer BlueMountain Capital Management

Summary: Ever find yourself writing a T-SQL script and wishing you could do a relatively simple task that T-SQL just doesn't support? Like running a script and passing in parameters at run-time? Or using a variable across multiple batches? Or run a script across multiple instances? SQLCmd mode in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) is the answer to these problems and more. Unfortunately most people don't even know about these capabilities. It's the T-SQL easy button that almost nobody uses!

About Robert: Robert is a SQL Server Certified Master, MVP, and has spent 17+ years honing his skills in security, performance tuning, SQL development, high availability, and disaster recovery. He served as PM for the SQL Server Certified Master Program at Microsoft Learning, and in various roles at Microsoft specializing in SQL Server administration, development, and architecture. He currently works as a Database Engineer at BlueMountain Capital Management where he spends a vast majority of his time tuning massively parallel queries. Robert feeds his passion for security by acting as co-leader of the PASS Security Virtual Chapter.

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SQL Joke of the month

Teacher: Oracle?
“Present sir”
Teacher: DB2?
“Present sir”
Teacher: SQL Server?
“Present sir”
Teacher: MySQL?
[Silence]
Teacher: MySQL?
[Silence]
Teacher: Where the hell is MySQL
[In rushes MySQL, unshaven, hair a mess]
Teacher: Where have you been MySQL
“Sorry sir I thought it was February 31st

(source: https://sqlwithmanoj.com/2011/01/10/sql-jokes/)



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