Next Thursday Nathan Heaivilin will be presenting:  Service Broker and Why you should care!

Please RSVP for free here (please be sure to register if you're reasonably sure you can make it, as we use this list for food and door prizes):
Service Broker was introduced in SQL 2005. However, so few people understand how powerful this tool can be and what it can be used for. In this session we will cover this, when to use it, how to develop it, and how it can make your life as a Developer and as a DBA much easier. Basically, why you should care about an asynchronous database
About Nathan:
Nathan is a DBA with Epiq Systems and when asked, claims he's just a guy with a few years of experience, who was helped by the community, and is paying it forward.  Oh, and he enjoys Slurpee’s.
Please note, this will be an evening meeting at the Cerner Riverport Campus, drinks and food will be available.
Meeting Schedule for Thursday, August 21st, 2014:

  • 6:00 - 6:10 - Greeting and Housekeeping
  • 6:10 - 7:30 - Presentation
  • 7:30 - 7:40 - Door Prizes and wrap up
    We look forward to seeing you all soon!
    Cerner Riverport Campus
    6177 NE Birmingham
    Kansas City, MO  64117

    September 9th -  24 Hours of PASS BI Edition
    Free online training by some of the same speakers that will be at the Summit.
    September 13th -   Kansas City SQL Saturday
    A full day of free SQL Server training right here in Kansas City, plus a great lunch for only $10.
    November 4-7 - PASS Summit 2014
    If you're planning to attend the Summit this year use the following code to benefit your local chapter and get $150 off your registration.
    Discount code: USNCS25

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