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Ohio North SQL Server Users Group February Meeting - Moved to February 21

Normally our meetings are on the second Thursday of the month, but this year that falls on Valentine's Day, so we've moved the meeting to Thursday, February 21.

Here's the agenda for the February meeting of the Ohio North SQL Server Users Group:

5:00 - 5:45 PM - PASS Chapter Acceptance/SQL 2008 Heroes Happen Here: Presentation Tips and Tricks - Allen White

The Ohio North SQL Server Users Group is now officially a PASS chapter. We'll present the PASS Welcome presentation, followed by a "Heroes Happen Here" presentation on how to deliver quality presentations, because you have something interesting to share with the rest of us, and this presentation will show you some of the ways the top presenters get their message across effectively.

5:45 - 6:00 PM - Dinner

6:00 - 7:00 PM - Change Tracking and Change Data Capture in SQL Server 2008 - Bill Wolohan, Bennett-Adelson

SQL Server 2008 has 2 new features that can notify you when your data changes. Both are easy to set up and do not require you to create triggers on each table. Change Tracking requires less overhead, but Change Data Capture gives you more detail. This presentation will explain how each of these features works and when you might use one or the other.

Registration: Go to http://www.bennettadelson.com/sql and click on the link "reserve your seat".

I look forward to seeing you there!

Allen

Published Monday, February 11, 2008 9:58 AM by AllenMWhite

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About AllenMWhite

Allen White is a consultant and mentor for Upsearch Technology Services in Northeast Ohio. He has worked as a Database Administrator, Architect and Developer for over 30 years, supporting both the Sybase and Microsoft SQL Server platforms over that period.

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