Professional Association for SQL Server


  Roy Ernest    President and Co-Founder


Bill Wunder     Co-Founder


SQL Pass Event Gallery

1)Tips and Tricks of SQL Server Management Studio 2008 by Bill Wunder-Thursday, August 27, 2009

2)Power of Power Shell by Johanna Curiel-Thursday, September 27, 2009

3)Policy Based Management In SQL Server 2008 by Rohan Joackhim-Thursday, October 22nd , 2009

4)Resource Governor on SQL Server 2008 by Roy Ernest-Thursday, December 3rd , 2009

5) Leveraging SQL Server Service Broker  by Emory Mercera-Thursday, January  28 , 2010

6) Designing High Performance I/O for SQL Server by Jimmy May ,Thursday, February  18th , 2010

7) Transactional Replication of SQL Server 2008 by Kevin Batey ,Thursday, March  18th , 2010

 8) How to use execution plan to get rid of bad query performance ,April 22nd , 2010

 9) Query execution plan in SQL Server 2008 ,August 22nd , 2010

 10) Tally Table and Pseudo Cursors ,September 30th , 2010

 12) High Availability in SQL Server 2008, Part 1 ,January 27th , 2011

 13) Parallel query processing in SQL server 2008,May 26th , 2011

The Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) is an independent, not-for-profit association, dedicated to supporting, educating, and promoting the Microsoft SQL Server community. From local user groups and special interest groups (SIGs) to webcasts and the annual PASS Community Summit � the largest gathering of SQL Server professionals in the world � PASS enables knowledge sharing, in-depth learning, access to the Microsoft SQL Server team, and the ability to influence the direction of SQL Server technologies. PASS was founded in 1999 by Microsoft and CA and continues to enjoy executive level endorsement from both organizations. As the number one user community for Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft looks to the PASS community for valued feedback, input, and inspiration. PASS Mission Empower the global Microsoft SQL Server community to connect, share, learn and be inspired through networking, knowledge sharing, peer-based learning, and the ability to influence the direction of Microsoft SQL Server products and services.