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Date & Time:
Thursday, 2012/04/12, 6:30 PM [Welcome time 6:00 PM]
Building SW5 room 1840, BCIT Burnaby Campus, 3700 Willingdon Ave, Burnaby, BC, V5G 3H2
Map of BCIT Burnaby campus: http://www.bcit.ca/files/about/pdf/bcitmap.pdf
Snacks: Pizza and refreshments are sponsored by Microsoft.
Topic: What's New in SQL Server 2012 for Developers?
This is a joint evemnt organized by .netBC and VanPASS.
Andy & Scott take you through some new T-SQL functionality introduced in SQL Server 2012, as well as demonstrate
some of the new world with SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) formerly known at Project Juneau. SSDT provides many of
the features of "Visual Studio for Database Professionals" A.K.A. Data Dude. SSDT, also houses the Business Intelligence
Project Types formerly housed in BIDS, and provides functionality of Management Studio.
Some New T-SQL topics covered:
Sound confusing? No worries, we will have lots of Demos to help you make sense of it all… Come by and enjoy some Pizza, prizes, and some "Food for the Mind."
- Grouping Sets
- Result Set Meta Data Discovery
- Error Handling
- Scalar Functions
- Sequence Generators
- Simplified Paging
- And much more!
Andy has been helping clients through application development for over 20 years, and working primarily with SQL development in the past 13 years. He's held various Microsoft designations including MCSD, and currently holds the MCTS (SQL 2008 BI). Andy is located in Vancouver, BC.
Formerly an independent consultant, Scott now works for Moulding and Millwork as a Data Warehouse Architect. He has worked in IT for over 14 years, and started digging into SQL Server with the release of SQL Server 6.5. With a keen interest in continuous learning, sharing knowledge, and building community, Scott founded 2 PASS Chapters in Vancouver, and helps with SQL Saturday’s where and when he can find the opportunity.
Contact URL: http://www.sqlservertoolbox.com/Blogs.aspx