I'm excited to have the opportunity to speak at SQLSaturday #652 in Atlanta, GA on July 15, 2017. SQLSaturday #652 will be my fourth SQLSaturday to speak at, and I'm loving getting engaged with the SQL community through SQLSaturday and PASS (a not-for-profit organization that supports data professionals who use the Microsoft Data Platform).
SQLSaturday Atlanta is a large event with over 60 sessions and a host of wonderful speakers from all over. Topics will range from the administration and maintenance of SQL server to indexing and advanced T-SQL all the way to topics like mine, CosmosDB and NoSQL databases.
I will be presenting a talk titled "I like big data" for $400, Exploring quiz show questions using Angular, CosmosDB and Azure Search. It is based on a series of blog posts I posted earlier this year. In my talk, we will dive into the creation of a NoSQL Database in CosmosDB, integrating that database with Azure Search and exposing functionality with Angular. This is typically a very interactive topic and I like to involve attendees and answer questions as much as possible.
If you are able to be in the Atlanta, GA area on July 15, you should definitely consider joining this event. You can register by going to the SQLSaturday #652. This is a free event and will be hosted at the Gwinnett Technical College on Sugarloaf Parkway in Atlanta.
While you are waiting for SQLSaturday #652, check out these helpful blog posts on CosmosDB and Azure Search:
- An Introduction to CosmosDB Graph API
- "I Like Big Data" for $400 Part 1
- "I Like Big Data" for $400 Part 2
- "I Like Big Data" for $400 Part 3