Sydney .NET User Group : Wednesday 16th August 2006


The lovely Sophie Belle (had anyone ever met her? does she really exist?) has
reminded me that this month's Sydney .NET User Group meeting is happening
Wednesday 16th August 2006 at the MS Office in
Sydney
.

Sydney .NET User Group
Wednesday
16th August 2006
5:45pm - 9:00pm
Location: Microsoft,
Sydney

DotNetNuke

DotNetNuke is a Web Application Framework ideal for creating and
deploying projects such as commercial web sites, corporate intranets and
extranets, online publishing portals, and customer vertical applications.

Kusal Wijewantha will be presenting different
ways of installing DotNetNuke, introducing key components of portal framework
and will also demonstrate how to manage the content using built-in
modules.

SQL Server 2005: Advanced Indexing Strategies

In this session Adam
Cogan
will take you through a fast-paced collection of indexing
tips and tricks based on an already optimised base table structure. How you
create your base table and choose the clustered index, has a big impact on
that table's performance. Once the base table structures have been defined and
you have to further improve system performance, where do you look and how do
you do this?

Adam will talk about targeting both the known and finding the unknown
performance problems and once you know where the problems are he will go
through numerous options to improve the performance using indexes.

See You There!!! | Sorry I can't make it

I do hope Sophie will be there.

[ Currently Playing : End of the
Night - The Doors - The Doors (02:53) ]

Comments (2)
  1. Sophie Belle says:

    I will try and make it 😉

  2. Bob says:

    It’s entertaining that the Sophie Belle joke has managed to stay alive this long.

    I’ve seen many, many love letters (you may have heard about them yourself Frank) written to the (fictional) Sophie which keep pouring into the info@ssw e-mail account. They generally get forwarded around the office for laughs.

    It’s certain that no hot scandanavian blonde (as pictured from time to time next to Sophie’s name – sourced from Google Images) ever reads the message.

    (Namewitheld to protect identity)

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