Speaking at SQL Saturday Pensacola 2018

It’s almost time for SQL Saturday Pensacola and I am excited to be speaking at this fun filled event this weekend. I had lot of fun last year during this event & I am looking forward to have an awesome time this year too.


SQL Saturday Pensacola will be held on Jun 02 2018 at Pensacola State College, Main Campus, 1000 College Blvd, Pensacola, Florida, 32504.

SQL Saturday is a free training event for Microsoft Data Platform professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server, Business Intelligence and Analytics. It is a great opportunity to listen to some of the best speakers around, interact with the brightest minds and network with the awesome SQL Family.

You can view the Event Schedule here – http://www.sqlsaturday.com/743/Sessions/Schedule.aspx

There is a great mix of topics with varied skill levels around Microsoft Data Platform, starting from Database Development/ Administration,  Cloud Development, Business Intelligence and more.

Coming back to my own talk, this year I will be presenting on ‘DevOps, Continuous Integration & Database Lifecycle Management: Rule them all‘.  Join me in this session to understand the problems with traditional database development, why organizations are moving towards achieving Continuous Integration and Database DevOps, the problems it tries to solve and learn about the toolsets which will assist you in this journey towards seamless database deployments. 

I presented this talk at CodeStock, Knoxville and SQL Saturday Atlanta & received great feedback from the attendees. I am planning to take a step further and cover some advanced topics this time.

I hope to see you there. Cheers!


Categories: Conference, SQL Server

2 replies

  1. Samir, Wish I could be there. My site is available, http://www.mysqlservertuning.com pass the word, please.

    • Hey Wilson – The site looks great. In one of the upcoming User Group meetings, you can talk about it briefly with the attendees so that they know. Lets plan on doing this. All the best!

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