SQL Bangalore – Annual (Full day) User Group Meet on November 30 , 2013

SQL Bangalore User Group is hosting its Annual (Full day) User Group Meet on November 30, 2013 (Saturday) from 8:45 AM to 5:30 PM (IST) at Microsoft Corporation, Signature Building, Domlur, Bangalore.

The SQL Bangalore Full day User Group Meet includes 3 tracks with 17 speakers and 15 sessions.

Some of the Sessions scheduled for the day includes

  • Big Data Visualization using PowerPoint by S Anand (Data Scientist, CTO – Gramener)
  • Power of ColumnStore Index with SQL Server by Sourabh Agarwal (PFE, Microsoft)
  • Excel 2013 – Tips and Tricks by Vinod Kumar (MTC Architect, Microsoft)
  • Swimming through the InMemory OLTP with SQL Server 2014 by Balmukund Lakhani (Senior Technical Advisor, Microsoft)
  • SQL Server Best Practices for IaaS and PaaS by Praveen Srivatsa (Microsoft Regional Director)
  • Connecting the dots: SharePoint and BI by Manas Biswas (Escalation Engg., Microsoft)
  • Mobilizing SharePoint for the Enterprise by Abhishek Narain (Evangelist, Infragistics)
  • Enterprise Information System using SSIS, DQS and MDS by Karan Gulati (Escalation Engg., Microsoft)
  • Moving to BigData with Azure by Amarpreet Bassan (Technical Advisor, Microsoft)
  • Troubleshooting SQL Server using PowerPivot and PowerView by Amit Banerjee (PFE, Microsoft)
  • SQL Server Replication – What and How. by Akbar Farishta (SQL Escalation Services) & Raman Sharma (SQL Azure Team)
  • System Center Advisor – Your Watchful protector by Pranab Mazumdar (SQL Escalation Services)
  • .Net Dataaccess using SQL Azure by Angshuman Nayak (Azure Escalation Services)
  • Boosting Performance via In Memory OLTP (Hekaton) by Vijay Rodrigues (SQL AlwaysOn Team)
  • SQL Azure and AlwaysOn – Better Together! by Kumar Bijayanta (SQL Azure Team)

    Know more about SQL Bangalore – Annual (Full day) User Group Meet and register here

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