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SQL Saturday Boston 2022

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SQL Saturday Boston 2022

event date

8 Oct 2022


5 Wayside Road Burlington, Massachusetts, United States

SQLSaturday Boston will be held at Microsoft Technology Center - Burlington, MA. We will notify all who submitted sessions of the final schedule by September 10, 2022. If you have one or more sessions accepted we will email you a discount code to pay for lunch when you register as an attendee on Eventbrite.

Code of Conduct for Boston SQL Saturday.

Event COVID Policy:

Only registered users will be allowed to enter the Microsoft facility. Below please find the current policy that we all must follow.

Microsoft’s Vaccination Policy:

Guests and customers will be able to provide proof of vaccination or self-attest to having received a negative COVID-19 test within the previous week via HealthCheck.

Guests who do not upload proof of vaccination must wear a face-covering onsite.

Guests and customers should follow local requirements for face coverings.

If a guest or customer has uploaded their proof of vaccination, it will be valid for 30 days. After that period, they will need to re-upload if they plan to visit a Microsoft site again.

Microsoft is not able to offer an alternative process for guests and customers who can neither provide proof of vaccination nor attest to a negative test result in the last week.

Microsoft’s vaccination policy will be enforced for all employees, visitors, external staff, guests, and customers.

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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

11 Jul 2022

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

31 Aug 2022

This event is in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-04:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone () is .

This is an in-person event.

We are accepting one-hour regular sessions and lightning talks for 10 minutes.

All topics around Microsoft Data Platform, Professional Development, and Mental health are accepted. 

We will notify you no later than September 10, 2022.

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41 submissions
Submitted sessions
Warren Sifre
  • PowerApp Power!!!
  • Power BI Data Governance
  • Introduction to Azure Synapse
Peter Shore
  • Azure Data: A Guided Tour
  • Wait Wait Do Tell Me
  • Infrastructure for Data Professionals: An Introduction
Monica Livingston
  • Befriending the Disruptor (DEI)
Dr. Kelvin McCree
  • Cultivating An Agile Workforce in A Time of Rapid Change
Bryan Cafferky
  • Azure Databricks 101
  • Python & SQL Server: A Winning Combination
Matt Gordon
  • I Broke It So You Don’t Have To - HA/DR Fails and Fun
  • This Is Fine - Firefighting for the DBA
  • Real Talk about Real Cloud Migrations
Mariya Ali
  • What's new in Synapse SQL Data Warehouse
George Walters
  • Data landscape in a modern world
  • Modernize your old database-heavy application to cloud architecture!
Sergey Khimchenko
  • Microsoft Well Architected Framework for Data & AI Workloads
Andy Leonard
  • Using Azure Data Factory with Git
  • Faster SSIS
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Justin Dearing
  • Teaching developers to use ORMs better
  • Git for the DBA
  • An Introduction to Always Encrypted
Joey D'Antoni
  • Understanding Azure Active Directory for Data Professionals
  • Building Your Cloud Database Solution--Choosing the Right Model
  • Intelligent Query Processing in SQL Server
Allan Hirt
  • Worst Practices for Highly Available SQL Server Deployments
  • Tips for Successful Virtualized and IaaS Deployments of SQL Server
Monica Rathbun
  • Your Performance Tuning Check List
  • Performance Tuning Azure SQL Database
  • Mastering TempDB
Ray Kim
  • Networking 101: Building professional relationships
  • I lost my job! Now what?!? A survival guide for the unemployed
  • Blogging for Success: Advancing your career by blogging
Edward Pollack
  • MY Favorite New T-SQL in SQL Server 2022
  • Columnstore Index Compression in a Nutshell
  • Parameter Sniffing: Everything You Have Been Told is Wrong!
Erin Dempster
  • Reduce Data Warehouse Processing with PowerShell Pre-ETL Processing
Christopher Hyde
  • Microsoft Azure Databricks
Steve Jones
  • Branding Yourself for a Dream Job
  • Adopting A DevOps Process for Your Database