Jacksonville SQL Server Users Group

Welcome to the Jacksonville SQL Server Users Group

The Jacksonville SQL Server Users Group (JSSUG) was founded by Brian Knight in January 2003, creating a community for database developers and administrators in the Jacksonville area. The goal of JSSUG is to share knowledge, best practices, and network. Today, it is a community focusing on development, administration, and business intelligence. Free meetings are open to the public every month. Meetings include presentations, technology announcements, local job opportunities, and quick brainstorming/guidance for users experiencing difficulty. An after event for additional networking, shop talk, and users desiring more detailed guidance for specific challenges is available following the meeting.


Our typical Monthly meeting structure:

6:00PM-6:15PM: Check-in, food! 
6:20PM-7:45PM: Annoucements, Sponsors, Presentation
7:45PM-8:00PM: Wrap up, prizes, Networking
8:00PM-Whenever: Social time: Dave & Busters or another selected location.

Keiser University 
6430 Southpoint Pkwy #100
Jacksonville, FL 32216

If you have any questions, please feel free to email: Jeff Taylor at jeff@reviewmydb.com. 

Next Meeting

Next Meeting: Wed, Aug 20 2014

JSSUG Monthly Meeting - August 20, 2014

Language: English
Event Type: In-Person
Online Meeting URL: None
RSVP URL: http://www.meetup.com/Jacksonville-SQL-Server-User-Group/events/195659542/

Our monthly meetings as usual the third Wednesday of every month.


UTC : Wed, Aug 20 2014 22:00 - 23:30
Event Time : Wed, Aug 20 2014 18:00 - 19:30 Eastern Daylight Time
Your Local Time: Wed, Aug 20 2014 22:00 - 23:30


3105 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville, Florida

Direction: None

Featured Presentation

SQL 2014 In Memory OLTP and Natively Compiled Stored Procedures

Speaker: Eric Wisdahl, Development DBA N/A

Summary: With the release of SQL Server 2014 one of the most talked about new features is the In Memory OLTP (project "Hekaton") and natively compiled stored procedures which promise to deliver dramatic performance increases. But, is this new feature ready for prime time or another version one that should be avoided until the next release? In this session we will look at how you implement memory optimized tables and compiled procedures, do some quick demos and comparisons to see what the hype is about, and examine some of the considerations and requirements.

About Eric: Eric Wisdahl is a computer engineer working in the database field. He has held multiple roles and positions in e-commerce, marketing and insurance industries. Currently, he is working as a database administrator in a development role for an e-commerce company. Eric Wisdahl does not like writing about himself in the third person. It is kind of creepy.


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