4th - 7th March 2015

ExCeL London Exhibition and Convention Centre, London

What could SQL Server users learn from NoSQL

NoSQL is not scary once you understand which problems it tries to solve and how it goes about that. More interesting you can apply a lot of the same design patterns to SQL Server. This sessions covers how NoSQL and SQL relate and are different and takes you through journey of distilling the application patterns and applying them to SQL Server. The following article provides some background of the foundation for this talk: A Co-Relational Model of Data for Large Shared Data Banks (http://tinyurl.com/5ssytz5)
Presented by Gert Drapers at SQLBits IX
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    Gert Drapers is the Principal Group Program Manager for Project Juneau, the next version of SQL Server developer tooling shipping as part of SQL Server “Denali”. Gert's history with SQL Server dates all the way back to 1988. In 1996 he joined the SQL Server 7.0 engine team as a developer and since then has worked in many different roles, on many different things directly or indirectly related to SQL Server. Most prominent contributions are: SQL Query Analyzer, SQL Agent, SMO, DTS, System.Transactions, MS-DTC and XPSMTP.  In July of 2005 Gert started the “DataDude” project which led to the creating of Visual Studio Team System Database Edition, from there on it is all history…
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