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September 17, 2013 BSSUG Monthly Meeting

Title: Resume Writing 101- Creating a Personal Marketing Piece

Speaker: Erica Woods of Apex Systems Inc. and Brandon Berlett of Experis


Abstract: The importance of an effective, well-written and user-friendly resume can’t be overstated.  Your resume is usually the first thing a potential employer sees; it’s often the first impression of you as a candidate.  Studies have shown that the average employer scans a resume for 15-30 seconds before deciding whether to move forward with a candidate.  Resumes should be written to communicate your brand, skills, and interests.   They should give an immediate indication of your qualifications, demonstrate your potential as a fit for the employer, and show you’re a candidate worth strong consideration. 

In this session, we’ll provide advice on how to really enhance your resume and communicate your brand to help grab the attention of potential employers.  Hopefully you’ll walk away with some insight on how to craft a resume that’s a major personal marketing piece.

 

Title: Fundamentals of SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups

Speaker: Edwin Sarmiento, SQL Server MVP

Abstract: Almost every SQL Server DBA wants to get their hands on implementing SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn Availability Groups. Sure, it’s easy to setup and configure. But we can’t ignore the basics. In this webcast, we will look at the underlying concepts behind AlwaysOn Availability Groups – how it works under-the-covers and how you can leverage this information to efficiently design a highly available database. We will cover:

> How Windows Server Failover Clustering and Database Mirroring works
> How these two technologies form the foundation for understanding AlwaysOn Availability Groups > How to efficiently design a highly available database using AlwaysOn Availability Groups

Don’t miss this session to make AlwaysOn work in your environment.

 

 

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