Here's my session downloads from my presentation today at 1:15 in room 1.102, there's a handy .zip file in there with all the contents for easy reference. They have also been uploaded to the SQLSaturday Dallas website and downloadable from the schedule page.
Why a 101-level presentation? One of the pieces of feedback we consistently have received over the past 10 years of SQLSaturday Baton Rouge is there's not enough entry-level content. This is why I try to deliver low-level entry ramp style presentations for jobseekers, job switchers, and students at SQLSaturdays. And it's not something "beneath" me, because these foundational, fundamental principles are important for new careers and, at the edges, I still learn things that round out my knowledge and further my own career.
Is @william_a_dba giving a presentation on security permissions or singing opera? Or both? #SQLSatDallas pic.twitter.com/bYFwbsmFn2— Christine Assaf (@HRTact) June 1, 2019
Near capacity here for @HRTact at #SQLSatDallas. I'm not saying she drew three times the number of people that I did, but all her people are awake too. :/ #NotBitter #NotJealous :) pic.twitter.com/F4hQAUaV5i— William Assaf (@william_a_dba) June 1, 2019