Bellingham SQL Server Users Group

Next Meeting

Tuesday,

January

19

Bellingham SQL Server Users Group - Monthly Meeting

  • In-Person @ 709 West Orchard Drive #4 Bellingham, Washington, United States (map)
  • 18:00 - 20:00 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
  • Language: English

The January meeting of the Bellingham SQL Server Users Group (PASS Chapter) will be held on January 19th at 6:00pm.

The first Chapter meeting of 2016.  Mike Fal will be joining us via GoToMeeting for a remote presentation on Powershell Tips and Tricks for SQL Server Administration.

The agenda for the meeting will be:

- Welcome and Pizza
- Chapter news and announcements
- Technical presentation
- Socialize and networking


The chapter meeting will be at the following address. Thanks to Derrick Bovenkamp for providing the location for this meeting.

709 West Orchard Drive #4
Bellingham, WA 98225

For any questions, please contact Steve Stedman, Steve@Stedman.us. (360)610-7833



Featured Presentation:

Powershell Tips and Tricks for SQL Server Administration

Mike Fal

Have you dipped your toe into the Powershell pool, but are still lost on how you can make it work for you? Maybe you're just looking for a few more tools to help you better manage SQL Server administration? In this session, we will cover a handful of useful scripts and patterns in Powershell that will ease your management of SQL Server. Backups, file management, instance configuration, and several other areas will be covered. By attending this session, you will learn more about how you can use Powershell effectively in your environment.

About Mike:
Mike Fal(@mike_fal) is a musician turned SQL Server DBA, with 15+ years of experience as a database administrator. He has worked for many different industries, including healthcare, software development, marketing, and manufacturing and has experience supporting databases from 1 GB to 5 TB in size. Mike received his a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1996 and has been caught playing trombone in public on more than one occasion.