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Open Forum For Questions About SQL Server



Thursday, February 12th, 2015 @ 5:30 PM
(You must RSVP by 4:00 PM, the Tuesday prior to the meeting to attend)



Microsoft Technology Center, 200 East Randolph Drive, Suite 200 Chicago, IL 60601



Open Forum Led by Bob Pusateri and Frank Gill



Instead of our normal meeting format this month, we will be doing a discussion. Come with any questions you might have, and we'll see if our combined resources can suggest a solution.

Topics may include:

- indexing strategies

- performance tuning

- database management & administration

- new features in SQL Server 2014

- leveraging PowerShell for SQL Server administration

and whatever else people have questions about.




This meeting is about you, chapter members, and the questions you bring to the table.  Here are bios for Bob and Frank, who will be leading the discussion.

Frank Gill is a database administrator with 15 years of experience in IT, the last 7 of it with SQL Server.  He is huge fan of all things internal and loves teaching others about what he has learned.  Frank active in the SQL Community and is co-president of the Chicago SQL Server User Group.  When not working with SQL Server, Frank reads voraciously and volunteers at the Art Institute of Chicago.  You can follow him on Twitter (@skreebydba) and at his blog,

Bob Pusateri is a Microsoft Certified Master and has been working with SQL Server for over 9 years. He is currently a database administrator at Northwestern University in Chicago, where he is in charge of their Medical Enterprise Data Warehouse. Bob is an active member of PASS and Co-President of the Chicago SQL Server User Group. His interests involve internals, performance optimization, and VLDBs. Bob maintains a web presence through Twitter (@SQLBob) and his blog (




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