Next week I am happy to be presenting for the Chicago Suburban SQL Server User Group, which meets in Downers Grove, IL.
I will be delivering my session Locks, Blocks, and Snapshots: Maximizing Database Concurrency. This takes a look at SQL Server’s available isolation levels, what they are, how they differ, and why the default setting of “read committed” may not be appropriate for your workload. It should not only be helpful, but lots of fun as well.
I hope you can join us! The meeting is on Tuesday, April 17, and you can register and find further details here!