WORKSHOPS



Practical Real-World SQL Server Performance for Everyone

WITH Pinal Dave
SQL Server
WHEN:
February 24th, 25th 13:30-17:00 CET (Please note: both sessions are part of this workshop)
WHERE:
Online

In most of the organizations, accidental DBAs are the individuals who are often responsible for the SQL Server Performance. In the real world when we face any performance problems, we do not have the luxury to open PowerPoint and study theory. What helps us during the time of crisis are handy scripts which help us fix our performance problems. In this quick paced, demonstration-oriented learning session, we will see how we can immediately help our application with performance if we just know what exactly to do.



Decision-making for teams

risk analysis rationality bias thinking flaws decisions prediction
WHEN:
February 24th, March 3rd, March 10th 15:30-18:00 CET (Please note: all three sessions are part of this workshop)
WHERE:
Online

There’s an overwhelming amount of information on decision making. Some historical applications are now being shown to be out-of-date by the latest research in cognitive neuroscience. It’s difficult to keep up with all the new information that can help us address the complex issues we face every day. Having devoted over a decade to researching the fast-moving fields that almost daily reveal new strategies, Linda shares what she has uncovered—some of it surprising, some counterintuitive. She summarizes the research and provides concrete tips for improving your individual, team, and organizational abilities. We struggle with a host of cognitive biases that get in the way of the best decisions and need to take action to counter them effectively. Linda offers practical ways to address these biases and help us become a little more rational.