Upcoming Events: Datagrillen

Key Details

What: Datagrillen
Where: Kaiserstraße 10b, 49809 Lingen (Ems), Germany
When: Thursday, June 20th and Friday, June 21st.
Tickets appear not to be available any longer.

What I’m Presenting

01:15 PM — 02:30 PM, Thursday — Approaching Zero

I have a full series put together on the topic, all for this presentation. This will be my first time at Datagrillen (nee SQLgrillen) but I’ve heard great things about it. Sadly, it looks like my SC Freiburg jersey won’t arrive in time for me to bring it, so I’ll need to show my regional biases some other way.

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Upcoming Events: SQL Saturday Columbus

Key Details

What: SQL Saturday Columbus
Where: Roush Hall, Otterbein University, 27 S. Grove Street, Columbus, OH 43081
When: Saturday, June 8th.
Admission is free. Register on the SQL Saturday website.

What I’m Presenting

02:15 PM — 03:15 PM — Classification with Naive Bayes

This went over well in SQL Saturday Jacksonville, so I’m hopeful that it will go over well in Columbus too. That’s why I don’t mention that there will be math until people are actually in the room and committed to the session.

Upcoming Events: SQL Saturday Dallas

Key Details

What: SQL Saturday Dallas
Where: UT Dallas, Naveen Jindal School of Management, 800 West Campbell Road, Richardson, Texas
When: Saturday, June 1st, all day.
Admission is free. Register on the SQL Saturday website.

What I’m Presenting

01:15 PM — 02:15 PM — A Map to Success: Functional Programming for Database Developers

This is a brand new talk. I’m a little surprised (pleasantly so) that they selected this talk, as I think database developers can gain a lot from some experience working with functional programming languages.

Upcoming Events: TriPASS Data Science Group

Key Details

What: Triangle SQL Server User Group: Data Science SIG
Where: 3100 Tower Boulevard, Durham, NC
When: Tuesday, May 28th at 6 PM
Admission is free. Register on Meetup.

What I’m Presenting

06:00 PM — 08:00 PM — A Brief Look at ML.NET

This will include my example from my Machine Learning with .NET talk as well as a second quick example. This is a hands-on lab, so I have a bit more work than usual to do, as I’m going to have to build the lab guide.

Upcoming Events: Hampton Roads SQL Server User Group

Key Details

What: Hampton Roads SQL Server user group
Where: 100 Constitution Drive, Virginia Beach, VA
When: Wednesday, May 15th at 6 PM
Admission is free. Register on Meetup.

What I’m Presenting

06:00 PM — 08:00 PM — SQL Server Machine Learning Services in Production

I gave this once as a “beta” talk and have tweaked it a little bit since then. I figure I’ll need to tweak it a couple more times before I’m really comfortable with it, mostly figuring out what material to cut.

Upcoming Events: SQL Saturday Jacksonville

Key Details

What: SQL Saturday Jacksonville
Where: University of North Florida Campus, 1 UNF Drive, Jacksonville, Florida, 32224
When: Saturday, May 4th, all day
Admission is free. Sign up at the SQL Saturday website.

What I’m Presenting

02:15 PM — 03:15 PM — Classification with Naive Bayes
03:30 PM — 04:30 PM — R for the SQL Server Developer

Jacksonville has one of the nicest campuses for SQL Saturdays and early May is about the perfect time of the year for a visit.