OC SQL Data Platform

Welcome

Orange County Data Platform Community

We have found a NEW HOME!  Again!
Special thanks goes to Michellea David for hosting us at her new building at 220 Commerce in Irvine, CA.

  • 6:30 > Networking and pizza
  • 7:00 > Presentations
  • 8:30 > Drinks at a nearby watering hole for additional networking and shop talk

Mechanics Bank
220 Commerce
Irvine, CA 92602

Do you have any events to share? If you do, send them to Ted Stathakis.

 


 



Next Meeting

Thursday,

October

12

BIG PASS Monthly Meeting - Amy Herold

  • In-Person @ 6256 Greenwich Dr. San Diego, California, United States (map)
  • 18:30 - 20:30 Pacific Daylight Time
  • Language: English

We are really looking forward to our next meeting. I hope you are too. If you can make it, please RSVP here.

Agenda

6:30 PM - Networking. Feel free to bring your dinner and join us for some great conversation. 

7:00 PM - Announcements

7:15 PM - Amy Herold  (Live via the interent)

8:30 PM - Wrap up

8:45 PM - Networking at Los Cabos Cantina

Abstracts below
 
Please contact Mickey Stuewe if you have any questions.

Featured Presentation:

Hi, my name is Powershell, let's be friends! An Intro to PoSH

Amy Herold, Premier Field Engineer Microsoft

Powershell wants to be your friend - your very powerful friend. In this session we will go over some Powershell basics that will help get you started as well as some known "gotchas" when working in Powershell. This is a beginner session - no Powershell experience necessary. WARNING: You may get warm-fuzzies about Powershell by attending this session.

About Amy:
Amy Herold is currently a Premier Field Engineer with Microsoft, specializing in APS. Prior to this, she was a Sr. Database Administrator, focusing on PowerShell and automation. She is also currently the Director of Programs for the North Texas SQL Server User Group (NTSSUG). She frequently speaks at SQL Saturday and user group events across the United States and has also participated in numerous Women in Technology sessions as a panelist. Amy currently blogs at sqlkitten.com.

We are always looking for speakers to present at our monthly meetings.  We are sure you have done some really cool stuff in your role and would like to hear from friends in the trenches.  It's not hard and there are many of us happy to coach you.

 

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