#SQLChat on Performance Issues

Twitter can often be a great source of information for the SQL Community, especially with the #SQLHelp hashtag. Another resource that not everyone is familiar with is #SQLChat, which Idera runs periodically. There are moderators that helps keep things going, including at least one person from the SQL Server community, but otherwise it’s open to anyone on Twitter to participate. Just keep an eye on #SQLChat or @Idera_Software during the time one is going on.

The next #SQLChat is Wednesday, June 28, at 12 PM EDT. It’ll be covering performance issues. Each #SQLChat has its target and the moderator will ask a series of questions which folks are able to respond to. These usually result in a chain of questions and answers which are highly educational for those following along. Given that performance is always a big deal, the next #SQLChat is definitely one to put on your calendar and follow when it occurs.

If you happen to miss a #SQLChat, remember, it’s a series of tweets. You can search for those tweets after the fact, either by looking for #SQLChat or viewing the tweets & retweets of @Idera_Software. Therefore, you can still glean knowledge from this community event even if you have a conflict and can’t participate (or forget about it until after it happens).

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