St. Louis SQL Server User Group

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STLSSUG July 14, 2015 Meeting

  • In-Person @ 622 Emerson Road St. Louis, Missouri, United States (map)
  • 18:00 - 19:30 Central Daylight Time
  • Language: English

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St. Louis SQL Server User Group & St. Louis Business Intelligence User Group Meeting
July 14th 6:00 pm- 7:30 pm cdt

The next St. Louis SQL Server User Group & St. Louis Business Intelligence User Group meeting will be on July 14th from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm.    Please RSVP, so that we can have a count for a dinner order

Also, please feel free to forward this meeting announcement to anyone who may be interested in attending.
Location:      Oakwood Systems Group 
622 Emerson Road
3rd Floor, Suite 350
St. Louis, MO 63141 

(We are the building closest to Olive Blvd.  If you park in the garage, we are the building on your right as you approach the campus.)

5:30-6:00         Registration - Dinner Provided by Sovereign Technologies

6:00 pm Kathi Kellenberger, Linchpin People – Index Fundamentals
7:30 pm Raffle Drawing –  Apress, Wrox, McGraw-Hill, Murach, Wiley, O'Reilly/MS Publishing Books and more!

Kathi Kellenberger is a Teammate with Linchpin People and a SQL Server MVP. She is the author or co-author of several SQL Server books including "Expert T-SQL Window Functions in SQL Server", a trainer and speaker.

Abstract:  Index Fundamentals
SQL Server databases have indexes to help applications and reports run with the best performance. But, did you know that too many indexes or the wrong ones can actually hurt performance? Do you know what a clustered index is? What a non-clustered index is? How SQL Server actually uses indexes to help return the correct data? Attend this session to learn the basics about indexes and the answers to your indexing questions.




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