Utah County SQL Server User Group

Welcome to the Utah County Chapter

Next Meeting

Thursday,

February

21

Utah County SQL Server Users Group - February

  • In-Person @ 1220 S. 630 E. American Fork, Utah, United States (map)
  • 15:00 - 17:00 (UTC-07:00) Mountain Time (US & Canada)
  • Language: English

Come to our monthly meeting to visit, network, ask questions and increase your knowledge and skill.  Details are below, see you there!

Featured Presentation:

The Lost Science of Set Theory

Aaron Cutshall, Sr. Data Architect

Many database developers today do not have a Computer Science degree and may also have begun their career developing software using procedural programming languages (Java, C#, etc.). As a result, they may not have the background needed to conceptualize solutions in terms of sets of data and therefore may not be able to develop efficient set-based queries. In this session, we will review the basics of set theory, relational algebra and how they apply to database development to turn cursors, loops, and other procedural programming practices into efficient set-based operations that make the most use of a relational database engine.

About Aaron:
Aaron N. Cutshall is a Sr. Data Architect with 20 years of experience in analysis, design and development for applications and databases in manufacturing and warehousing plus over 10 years in the Healthcare Informatics field. His primary focus has been in designing and developing solutions for extremely large data sets that perform quite well in SQL Server. He is active in the SQL Server community and speaks at SQL Saturday sessions across the country.

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