L.A. SQL Server Professionals Group

Welcome to the Los Angeles SQL Server Professionals Group

Next Meeting

Thursday,

February

07

Keeping up with Technology: Drinking from the Firehose & 2019 Strategy

  • In-Person @ Fertitta Hall, Room 240 Los Angeles, California, United States (map)
  • 05:30 - 08:30 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
  • Language: English

This meeting will be held at USC!

5:30 pm - 6:00 pm - Networking
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm - Presentation

Entrance: USC University Park campus off Figueroa (between Exposition and Jefferson, across from the USC Radisson)

Location: USC, Fritatta Hall, Lower Level 102.  

Please RSVP here: https://www.meetup.com/Women-in-Big-Data-Meetup-SoCal-Chapter/events/258108465/?isFirstPublish=true

Directions and parking information:
https://visit.usc.edu/maps-directions/university-park-campus/directions-to-uscs-main-entrance/

Parking:
https://visit.usc.edu/maps-directions/university-park-campus/public-parking/

Campus Map: https://web-app.usc.edu/maps/

Featured Presentation:

Keeping up with Technology: Drinking from the Firehose & 2019 Strategy

Andrew Nakamura, SQLDBA Keck Medical Center - USC

Now is the time of year to get strategic about your skill building before it hits you like a firehose! Keeping up with technology can feel like a treadmill; you keep running but never get anywhere. As we kick off 2019, it is a great time of year to be planning your skill-building focus. This session will guide you in ways to keep up with technology strategically and make the most for a great New Year’s resolution. We will balance cost versus benefit for the different types of learning resources such as Pluralsight and Lynda.com. We will also talk about learning goals.

About Andrew:
Andrew Nakamura is a SQL DBA at Keck Medicine of USC. His experience spans enterprise wide level of support using Powershell, DBATools and other custom scripts to maintain 115 servers with over 1600 databases. He has expertise in both Financial and Healthcare worlds and knows the challenges they face. He has presented in all Southern California SQL Saturdays and will continue to push bleeding edge solutions. He enjoys the command line syntax and wish like to play with Core Editions of Windows and SQL 2017. He's added to his current passions of Azure, Automation, High Availability, Family and Faith, Toastmasters, and now, SQL on Linux. Long live the command shell!

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