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Los Angeles SQL Server Professionals Group Presents ...
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Using T-SQL to Build Powerful Stored Procedures, Functions, and Triggers
More and more applications developed today are client/server. At the heart of SQL Server development is the T-SQL language. This session provides you with the techniques you need to know in order to utilize T-SQL to retrieve data, update data, build views, design stored procedures, and create functions. After attending the session, you will be comfortable with the process of working with T-SQL. You will leave with all the sample code that you need to get started as your own DBA!
Speaker: Alison Balter


Alison Balter is a leading author of fifteen Microsoft Access books and SQL Server books, as well as a developer video training series on Access 2013, and a user video training series on Access 2013, all for SAMS Publishing. She also authored an Access Developer video series for Experts Exchange where she has published numerous articles.


Alison is a highly experienced developer and independent trainer. She loves to take highly technical material and explain it in a way that everyone can understand. Alison develops applications using Access and SQL Server. She specializes in teaching others how to develop Windows and Web applications. During her 28 years in the computer industry, she has trained and consulted many people in corporations and government agencies, including Southern California Edison, Shell Oil, Cisco, the US Marines, the US Navy, University of Southern California, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. On a personal note, Alison enjoys spending time with her husband Dan, and children Alexis and Brendan. They all love to travel, ski (snow and water), and hike. Alison also likes walking, yoga, and weight lifting. 

6:30 PM, Registration and Refreshments
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, Presentations
Our New Meeting Location:
Crescent Solutions
6420 Wilshire Blvd. #200
Los Angeles, CA 90048
FREE Parking: Please park anywhere on the lot or on the first floor (valet) area of the structure.
If you park in the parking structure, please take the elevator up to the lobby then to the 2nd floor.

FREE Admission