October 19, 2010
I’ll be presenting at the Columbus, GA PASS Chapter!
I’ll be presenting my “To Click or Not to Click…” Presentation for the Columbus, GA Chapter of PASS, Wednesday, October 20, at the Main Branch of the Columbus Public Library, 3000 Macon Road.
I’m quite honored to be asked! I’ve only spoken four times ever before, two SQL Saturdays and twice at this User Group. I assume, of course, that someone else bowed out 🙂
The blurb on my session goes something like this (well, exactly like this, as I copied and pasted it from the UG site!!)
When administering SQL Server, in SSMS are you a clicker or a typer? This session explores the use of the GUI vs. using scripting in SSMS to get day-to-day tasks accomplished, with a bent toward scripting for increased accuracy, control and speed. Tasks are illustrated through the use of the Day-to-Day section of Brad McGehee Sure DBA Checklist at http://www.bradmcgehee.com , Used with Permission and Great Thanks.
Please visit http://columbusga.sqlpass.org/default.aspx for more information about our little group, and I hope to see you there!