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Data Saturday Croatia 2023

event date

3 Jun 2023


Hotel International Zagreb, Croatia

Data Saturday Croatia is a free, in person training event for professionals who use the Microsoft data platform.


This free event is organized by Damir Matešić, MVP & Dean Savović with the help of volunteers from the SQL Server User Group Croatia.

Event venue

The event will be in person, on Saturday, June 3th, 2023, at the Hotel International, Miramarska Cesta 24, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia.

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Call for Speakers
Call opens at 12:00 AM

19 Sep 2022

Call closes at 11:59 PM

31 Jan 2023

This event is in W. Europe Daylight Time (UTC+02:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone () is .


The event will be in person, on Saturday, June 3th, 2023, at the Hotel International, Miramarska Cesta 24, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia. Please submit a session only if you plan to come to Croatia.


Any Microsoft Data Platform-related technical or non-technical subject


Session Length:

  • 60 minute - standard session
  • 120 minutes - extended, in deep session

Session Abstract: Please include a full description of what topics this session will cover, what the audience will learn, and which, if any, pre-requisites should be expected of attendees

Tracks: Please choose the track most appropriate to your session from among: Administration, BI & Analytics, Development, Other

Difficulty level: Introductory and overview, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert

We will have one slot in parallel 3 rooms lasting 60 minutes panel, "ask the expert". If you want to participate in the panel, please mark it on the form. In each room 2-3 speakers on DEV, Performance Tunning and BI.

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39 submissions
Submitted sessions
Dejan Sarka
  • Data Science: Data Preparation with R
  • Introducing R
  • SQL Ledger - a New Security Feature
Aman Sharma
  • Data data everywhere, No time to think 🤔
Dan Mallott
  • Testing! We're Talking About (Unit) Testing...Your Database!
  • ORMs and the DBA: How to Make Both Happy
  • Entity Framework (Core) Unchained: Getting the Best Performance from Your ORM
Fawaz Ghali
  • Five Challenges in Real-time Stream Processing and Five Solutions
  • Best Practices for Real-time Machine Learning
  • Best Practices for Microservices Deployment in the Cloud
Chris Taylor
  • Database CI/CD with Kubernetes and Azure DevOps
  • "Kubernetify" your Containers
Jose Manuel Jurado Diaz, Juan Moreno Romo
  • Lessons Learned from the Trenches: Connectivity and Performance Tips&Tricks
  • High Availability
  • Azure SQL Journey: The daily routine of a Cloud DBA
Maria Zakourdaev
  • Pillars of Cloud Native Architecture
  • Azure CosmosDB: reach out for the stars.
  • Analyzing Big Data in Azure cloud using Spark and Databricks
David Postlethwaite
  • Control and audit your Azure resources with Azure Policies
Eitan Blumin
  • How to HADR Your SQL Jobs
  • Contained Availability Groups in SQL Server 2022
  • Dynamic Search Queries in T-SQL - The Ninja way
  • Troubleshooting Common SSDT Errors
  • SSDT Tools and Features for SQL Server DevOps
  • SSDT Methodologies for SQL Server DevOps
  • How to Save Money on Your SQL Server Hardware
  • Development Lifecycle Basics for DBAs
Gethyn Ellis, David Postlethwaite
  • Top Five Disasters we've dealt with in our time as DBAs
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Reid Havens
  • Beyond Buttons - More Than Meets The Eye
  • Performance, Optimization, and Intelligent Error Handling in Power Query
  • How to Fix a Report I Didn't Build - A Hot Potato Story
  • Achievement Unlocked - Upgrading Your Visuals and Reports
Uwe Ricken
  • User Definied Functions – From SQL 2000 – SQL 2019
  • Simplify data management with partitioning
  • Mastering DML Operations like a master
  • Working with time: Timeseries data in SQL Server
  • Introduction to partitioning
  • How to properly handle LOB data in SQL Server
Gethyn Ellis
  • Driven by the 9s - I need a highly available Microsoft Data Platform – what features should I use?