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SQL Saturday Boston 2023

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SQL Saturday Boston 2023

event date

14 Oct 2023


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  June 15, 2023. 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.

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Call for Speakers
Call opens at 12:00 AM

06 Mar 2023

Call closes at 11:59 PM

31 May 2023

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 June 15, 2023.

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51 submissions
Submitted sessions
Grant Fritchey
  • Automating Database Deployments using Azure DevOps
  • Using Query Store to Understand and Control Query Performance
  • You Should Be Standing Here: Learning to Present a Session
Fabiano Neves Amorim
  • Your Ultimate SQL Server Statistics Best Practices Review
  • SQL Compilations/sec is not what you think it is
  • Why my shrink is running for 1 week and stuck at 99%?
Gethyn Ellis
  • Moneyball – Build a killer Fantasy Football Team with Power BI
  • From Zero to Hero: Accidental SQL Server DBAs Survival Guide
  • A Step-by-Step Guide to Building a Data-Driven Culture in Your Business Using Power BI
Paresh Motiwala
  • Maintaining Your Sanity in Remote Work
  • ChatGPT and a Happy Data Pro
Aaron Cutshall
  • SQL Team Six - How to Build Effective Teams
  • How to Give a Technical Presentation
Edward Pollack
  • Improve Query Performance with Intelligent Query Processing in SQL Server 2022
  • GREATEST and LEAST: New Functions to Improve our Messy T-SQL!
  • Effective Meeting Management
Armando Lacerda
  • Let's keep it private - Azure networking cases
  • Storage Options for SQL Server in an Azure VM
  • Azure PaaS SQL - Performance foundations
Matt Gordon
  • From Stutterer to Speaker: Overcoming Your Fears
  • Ground to Cloud: Your Migration Success Checklist
  • Who Is On Call For You?
Belinda Allen
  • User Adoption: Creating and Supporting Power BI Champions
  • Planning Steps for a Power BI Report
Jean Joseph
  • Mastering Synapse Serverless SQL Pool
  • Exploring Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL
  • Advance Data Pipeline Architecture: Key Design Principles & Considerations
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Erin Dempster
  • SQL Server 2022 Data Protection - Hors d'Oeuvres
  • Introduction to Automated Deployments with Azure DevOps
John Miner
  • Audit and Prevent unwanted SQL Server Tables changes
  • Transitioning your T-SQL skills to Spark SQL
  • Control your data lake with Databricks SQL Warehouse
Steve Jones
  • Blogging for the Tech Professional
  • Architecting Zero Downtime Database Deployments
Varsham Papikian
  • Mastering Power BI: From Data to Insights
  • Mastering Azure Data Studio: Maximize Your Productivity
  • Mastering Power Query: Transform Data Like a Pro
David Bermingham
  • Storage Options for building a SQL Server FCI in Azure
Joe Gavin
  • A Database Backup Is Useless If You Can't Restore It
Ray Kim
  • Whacha just say? Talking technology to non technical people
  • I lost my job! Now what?!? A survival guide for the unemployed
  • So you want to be a presentation speaker?
Matthew Roche
  • The Unplanned Career: 25 years in tech without a 3 year plan
  • Self-service BI as a two-edged sword
  • Five questions you should ask yourself to make you a more effective communicator​
Brent Ozar
  • 300-Level Guide to Career Internals: Planning Your Career
  • The New Robots in SQL Server 2017, 2019, 2022, and Azure
  • Dynamic SQL: Pro Tips for Building and Tuning It
Todd Chittenden
  • Monitor All your Azure Resources with the new Alert Framework
Tracy Boggiano
  • How To Get the Auditors Off Your Butt with dbachecks
  • Deep Dive Into the World of SQL Audit