Algorithms and Data Structures Study Night: Database Query Optimization

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Act-On Software

121 SW Morrison St. · Portland, OR

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We'll be on the 16th floor. Note: elevators are called by the tablets on the 1st floor that tell you which elevator to take up and lock at 6pm. Message here or Slack to be let up!

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💻 Database Query Optimization

An overview of SQL query execution planning, and query optimization. This will include a brief review of SQL, a high level overview of query parsing, and an examination of the basic techniques for optimizing SQL queries in the SqLITE database.

⏰ Agenda

5:30-5:45 - Check-in + Grab food
5:45-6:00 - Welcome from WWCode Portland + Act-On
6:00-7:30 - Database Query Optimization
7:30-8:00 - Closing Remarks

👩🏽 About our Speaker

Michael Condon is a developer and systems integrator in Portland, Oregon. He has been extending and integrating enterprise applications for 8 years, with a focus on medical records and medical billing systems. He has an AAS in Information Systems, and is currently enrolled in Western Governor’s University’s Computer Science program. Michael currently resides in Beaverton, Oregon.

👩🏽‍💻 About Women Who Code

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🏢 About our Host

Act-On Software is a marketing automation software company that empowers marketers to do the best work of their careers. Their company headquarters is located in Portland, OR, in the Bank of America building.

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