SQLSaturday Oslo 2016 Pre-Conference Workshops

SQLSaturday Oslo 2016 Pre-Conference WorkshopsSQLSaturday Oslo is back for the third time in 2016, and this year we are offering four amazing pre-conference workshops! We are very happy to welcome Microsoft Data Platform MVPs Grant Fritchey, Dejan Sarka, André Kamman and Mladen Prajdic to Norway :)

Early Bird Tickets

Early Bird tickets are available until July 1st. For as little as 1200 NOK you can attend a full day of high-quality training with some of the best experts in the world. (That’s less than 1/3 of what you usually pay for high-quality courses like these!) After July 1st the price goes up to 1600 NOK, so make sure you register soon – and bring your coworkers :)

SQLSaturday Oslo 2016 Pre-Conference Workshops

These four pre-conference workshops will be held on Friday, September 2nd in Oslo:

Grant FritcheyQuery Tuning with Execution Plans
by Grant Fritchey (@GFritchey)
Level 200 – Intermediate
At least 80% of all database performance problems can be related directly to your T-SQL code and your data structures. This full-day workshop gets right to the heart of that issue and shows you how to identify common performance problems using the tools available to you within SQL Server.
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Dejan SarkaData Mining Algorithms in SSAS, Excel, R, and Azure ML
by Dejan Sarka (@DejanSarka)
Level 400 – Expert
Data mining as the most advanced data analysis technique is gaining popularity. With modern data mining engines, products and packages, like SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS), Excel, R, and Azure ML, data mining has become a black box. This course explains how the most popular data mining algorithms work, when to use which algorithm, and advantages and drawbacks of each algorithm.
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Andre KammanPowerShell for DBAs
by André Kamman (@AndreKamman)
Level 300 – Advanced – Half-day
DBAs will learn all they need to know today to start using Powershell as their main tool to deploy, manage and monitor their whole environment. We will talk about error handling, creating modules, building in pipeline support, whatif support, logging, parameters and more general Powershell concepts.
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Mladen PrajdicSecurity Best Practices for SQL Server and Application Developers
by Mladen Prajdic (@MladenPrajdic)
Level 300 – Advanced – Half-day
In this precon we’ll look at how to implement security conscious patterns and practices for SQL and .Net application development like multilayer security architecture and the pessimistic approach. Demo attacks will include SQL Injection (SQLi), Cross Site Scripting (XSS), Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF), Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS), Social Engineering (SE) and respective protective measures. We’ll try to blow your mind with what malicious attackers can do to your organization and how to protect against it.
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Spread the word

We hope you want to help us make SQLSaturday Oslo 2016 a great event for everyone, so tell your friends and coworkers about these pre-conference workshops! If you’re on Twitter, follow @SQLSatOslo and use the hashtag #SQLSatOslo. The SQLSaturday Oslo team and Microsoft Data Platform User Group Norway look forward to seeing you in September! :)

Who is Cathrine Wilhelmsen?

Cathrine is a SQL Server Data Warehouse architect and Business Intelligence developer. She organizes, volunteers and speaks at SQLSaturdays, and is a proud Microsoft Data Platform MVP and BimlHero Certified Expert. She loves sci-fi, fantasy, coffee, chocolate and smilies :)

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