SQL Saturday 864 – South Florida, United States is less than 2 weeks away.
June 8, 2019 @NSUFlorida. This is a whole day, free event open to the public. You can register here.
I am giving 3 sessions that day and may be raffling 2x $50 gift cards per session. You should come to my session(s) because I guarantee you will learn a lot, not just one thing, that you can take back to work and apply immediately. Possibly, being a hero at your organization again on Monday. Additionally, my slides contain all the steps and demos captured from end-to-end, for you to make the best of it. After all, if you’re taking time away from your free weekend to come hear me talk, I better do my best as promised.
- (Room 2072 – Dev) June 8, 2019 at 11am: https://sqlsaturday.com/864/Sessions/Details.aspx?sid=93019
- (Room 2073 – ML) June 8, 2019 at 1:40pm: https://sqlsaturday.com/864/Sessions/Details.aspx?sid=90914
- (Room 2082 – Security) June 8, 2019 at 4pm: https://sqlsaturday.com/864/Sessions/Details.aspx?sid=93016
The first one is a monster 251 slides, with 6 demos on the latest content I have. It shows you how to build an app from scratch using a low-code approach. It covers Power BI, Cortana, PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, Azure Data Studio (ADS), SQL Server, Security and Governance. You can already go through this monster by looking at the PDF on my GitHub repo.
The second one was selected by the organizers due to popular interest, so I re-themed the slides and I am planning to introduce an ADS Notebook with Python & T-SQL that calls the cognitive text analytics rest API on a local docker container or the Azure cloud. Even if you’ve already seen me give this talk, you’ll still get something new out of it. You can also already go through the updated deck by looking at the PDF on my GitHub repo.
The third one, is one of my favorite presentations cause it’s a lot of fun but cautious Security talks. If I get a chance I may re-theme the slides to modernize them but I am wondering if I should publish the RLS exploit using T-SQL… I think I may just stick with the plan to focus on how to protect against the exploit vs the exploit itself. You can through the updated deck as well by looking at the PDF on my GitHub repo.
Lastly, I want to thank Stacey Tomko from Universal Property and Ryan Blakeslee from Atlantic Broadband for sponsoring these talks, allowing me to represent their brand with something extra for the attendees.
I hope to see you there.