Meet your GroupBy speakers!

Meet your GroupBy speakers!

This year, we’re doubling the amount of GroupBy conference sessions by offering two streams of content! See the full speaker/session information for each stream below.

Europe

Alexander Arvidsson (@arcticdba) – Boring Is Stable, Stable Is Good.  SQL Server Best Practices In PracticeSee details

Rich Benner (@RichBennerSQL) – Adventure – performance editionSee details

Alex Yates (@_AlexYates_) – Solving the dev database problem with GitHub, Docker and PsDatabaseCloneSee details

Emanuele Meazzo (@i619619) – How to use PowerBI as a free monitoring tool (5 free reports for SQL Server)Session details

Magnus Ahlkvist (@Transmokopter) – Eight hours of work in 20 minutes, partitioning rocksSession details

North America

Aaron Nelson (@SQLvariant) – Azure Data Studio ❤ SQL People – Session details

William Assaf (@william_a_dba) – SQL Admin Best Practices with DMVsSession details

Bob Pusateri (@SQLBob) – Locks, Blocks, and Snapshots: Maximizing Database ConcurrencySession details

Collin Lysford (@CollinLysford) – Demystifying Dynamic SQLSession details

Erik Darling (@erikdarlingdata) – The SQL Server Performance Tasting MenuSession details

Mohammad Darab (@mwdarab) – Big Data Clusters for the Absolute Beginner – Session details

European sessions will kick off on October 9th at 9:00am UTC, and North American sessions will begin on October 10th at 10:00am PDT. Each session will be approximately 45-60 minutes in length and will commence at the top of every hour. There will be a total of five sessions for each stream of content.

By registering for a GroupBy account, you’re already set to receive your session invites via email, and you can expect to receive these shortly. If you want to invite a friend to attend GroupBy conference session, send them to our registration portal here.

We can’t wait to see you all at GroupBy conference!

This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Collin Lysford

    I assume the “PST” here is a typo, and “PDT” was intended? The invite to speakers references PDT, and obviously PST isn’t being observed anywhere right now. Just want to be clear, since anyone outside the US who decides to try to attend anyway might not know to adjust to daylight savings 🙂

    1. Jeremy Alexander

      I’ll change now! Thanks.

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