Ohio North SQL Server User Group

Our user group meets the first Tuesday of every month from 5PM-7:30PM at the Microsoft office in Independence.

Microsoft Corporation
6050 Oak Tree Blvd.
Suite 300
Independence, OH 44131

Our meetings follow the schedule below:
5:00PM - 6:00PM: Video presentation from last year's SQL PASS Summit
6:00PM - 6:15PM: Announcements & Introductions
6:15PM - 7:30PM: Feature Presentation

Afterwards, we usually continue networking across the street at Applebee's.

Interested in sponsoring or speaking at our User Group?

Please contact us at OhioNorth@PASS.org for more information.

Please register on our new Slack Channel!

This is the invite link only.

If you already have registered using the above link you can go straight to it here: Slack Channel

Session Slide Decks provided by Speakers are posted on our Slack Group under the speakerslidedecks channel.

Next Meeting




ONSSUG Meeting August 2017

  • In-Person @ 6050 Oak Tree Blvd. Independence, Ohio, United States (map)
  • 17:00 - 19:30 Eastern Daylight Time
  • Language: English

As usual, we will start with a video recording from the PASS summit last year:

When Database Corruption Strikes, by Steve Stedman

After this, Luis will regale us with all of the new (and usual) PASS information. The highlight session will be given this month by Dan Andrews, programmer (and fisherman) extraordinaire.

Please RSVP!

Featured Presentation:

Column Store Indexes with Data Warehouses

Dan Andrews - Data Architect II, TMW Systems, Inc.

We will go over what Column Store Indexes are, how to use them, and when they make sense.

About Dan:

Dan is a father, husband, DBA, .NET Developer, and Freemason. He works for TMW Systems as a Database Architect. Previously, he's been a Lead Software Developer, Architect, and DBA. He started with SQL 2000 (unless you count DBase IV) and have written enterprise/layered applications since .NET became a thing. His computer geek timeline starts during the Atari-Commodore wars - back when it was all the rage to have a 300 baud acoustical modem and develop in Atari Pascal. He will be your friend if you've ever read on a screen, "It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue".

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