Craig has worked on small databases to petabyte data warehouses. Primarily focused on performance optimization and has an unhealthy obsession with the internals of database engines.
Technologies include, SQL Server, Vertica, and VoltDB.
Craig Ottley-Thistlethwaite has submitted 9 sessions for SQLBits 2020, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

Take a look at how I solved a problem taken at face value should have been easy. I'll show you how to query a json from SQL Server, looking at other providers like AWS Athena and the little nuances.
A few of you have heard of SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT), you may have started using it but not entirely sure where to start and you're being pushed to make sure it's "Agile", "DevOps", "CI/CD" etc etc.
Application and Database migrations can be a cause for concern. How many times have you heard, "If it isn't broke don't fix it". Come see how you can give confidence to key stake holders on testing the process.
Take a look at how I solved a problem taken at face value should have been easy. I'll show you how to query a json from SQL Server, looking at other providers like AWS Athena and the little nuances.
A few of you have heard of SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT), you may have started using it but not entirely sure where to start and you're being pushed to make sure it's "Agile", "DevOps", "CI/CD" etc etc.
Application and Database migrations can be a cause for concern. How many times have you heard, "If it isn't broke don't fix it". Come see how you can give confidence to key stake holders on testing the process.
Take a look at how I solved a problem taken at face value should have been easy. I'll show you how to query a json from SQL Server, looking at other providers like AWS Athena and the little nuances.
A few of you have heard of SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT), you may have started using it but not entirely sure where to start and you're being pushed to make sure it's "Agile", "DevOps", "CI/CD" etc etc.
Application and Database migrations can be a cause for concern. How many times have you heard, "If it isn't broke don't fix it". Come see how you can give confidence to key stake holders on testing the process.

Sessions

Previous Sessions

So you have heard of SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT), you have started using it but not entirely sure how to use it to it's full potential. This session is perfect for adopters of SSDT and how to get the most out of it.
Ever wondered if you can optimize your sql projects so you don't have to do unnecessary work? Take a look at how I've optimized SSDT Deployments by use case.
Ever wondered if you can optimize your sql projects so you don't have to do unnecessary work? Take a look at how I've optimized SSDT Deployments by use case.
SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) provide a new declarative model for building SQL Server databases. Come and learn more from Craig and Jamie who have both been using SSDT to do that for many months.
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