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Speaking at the PASS Summit 2013

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In just a few days I will be headed to Charlotte, NC to attend my eleventh PASS Summit. Yes, I’ve been attending this, the largest SQL Server and BI conference in the world, every year since 2003. I am also honored to be speaking at the conference again making this my sixth year as a presenter. My session, Defeating the Limitations of the Query Optimizer, which I just presented for the first time at the San Diego SQLSaturday #249, is scheduled at the end of the conference, Friday 4:15 PM at the Ballroom B.

Of course I am also planning to attend many sessions. I haven’t finished my schedule yet but of what I have seen so far I definitely want to attend Mark Russinovich’s Windows Azure Deep Dive, Bob Ward’s Inside SQL Server 2012 Memory: The Sequel, Conor Cunningham’s OLTP Sharding Techniques for Massive Scale, Kevin Liu’s SQL Server 2014 In-Memory OLTP: DBA Deep Dive and Kevin Farlee’s SQL Server 2014 In-Memory OLTP: DB Developer Deep Dive.

In addition to the PASS Summit I will also be attending SQL in the City on Monday and SQLSaturday Charlotte BI Edition on Saturday. I will also be speaking at this last event where I will present my session Dive into the Query Optimizer – Undocumented Insight. You can still register for these two free events.

I look forward to meeting lots of SQL Server professionals, including those whom I only know via twitter. See you all in Charlotte!

About the author

Benjamin Nevarez Benjamin Nevarez is a SQL Server MVP and independent consultant based in Los Angeles, California who specializes in SQL Server query tuning and optimization. He is the author of "SQL Server 2014 Query Tuning & Optimization" and "Inside the SQL Server Query Optimizer" and co-author of "SQL Server 2012 Internals". With more than 20 years of experience in relational databases, Benjamin has also been a speaker at many SQL Server conferences, including the PASS Summit, SQL Server Connections and SQLBits. Benjamin’s blog can be found at http://www.benjaminnevarez.com and he can also be reached by e-mail at admin at benjaminnevarez dot com and on twitter at @BenjaminNevarez.

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