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Boise SQL Server Users Group


We have meetings on the second Tuesday of every month except December.  Our group meets at the Microsoft Offices on the 6th floor of the Idaho Independent Bank Building.

Our Meetings begin at 4:30 and usually last till about 6:00pm.  Refreshments are usually available.



401 W. Front Street

6th Floor N. Fork Room

Boise, ID


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 Next Meeting

Next Meeting: March 10, 2015   4:30 PM

Meeting details:

David Youngberg

Chapter Leader


 Other Events

 TitleDescriptionSize (Kb) Created Date
Always on Availability GroupsKevin Snow's Powerpoint on Always on Availability Groups.1,231.17Download6/12/2014
Resource GovernorPowerpoint of the Resource Governor78.55Download7/29/2011
Data Architecture, Data Governance, and Success! Success is not static, and continued success requires continued growth. Data Architecture and Data Governance can help manage that growth, but they usually require cultural changes. This talk will cover the basic levels of Architecture Maturity, and the 583.76Download5/14/2014
New Features in SQL Server 2008 and 2012 Tim Roger's presentation on New Features in SQL Server 2008 and 2012.549.35Download1/16/2014
Resource Governor ExampleExample2.97Download7/29/2011
MAXDOPPresented By Cindy Gross2.97Download2/15/2011
Free Trial of Azure UnknownDownload11/24/2010
SQL Azure For The DBAKate Baroni slide deck from Boise SQL Sever Users Group November meeting.2.97Download11/24/2010
Inside SQL Azure UnknownDownload11/24/2010
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