September will be a really intensive month which will actually start a bit earlier as I am first flying to Oslo at the end of August. From there, I am flying to Stockholm and then Paris. However, one week after Paris I will be flying to England for one of the most famous SQL Saturday conferences in Europe – the one in Cambridge! This event is colossal! It has 6 tracks and is held for more than 5 years now. I feel like this is the small SQLBits and I am really, really happy to be selected and be part of the line-up of speakers! My session will be covering two of the upcoming security features in SQL Server 2016, which are already present in the second CTP, but also in SQL Azure Database – Dynamic Data Masking and Row Level Security. We are seriously considering those two(let’s say it this way) for one of applications in our company(completely Azure based app), so I would be happy to share what we have found. And yeah, trust me – there are some interesting things that need to be considered if you are about to use any of the two features. Interested? I hope to see you at the event!
Update: Hands down, SQLSaturday Cambridge is one of the top SQLSats in Europe! This event is just an example of how a conference should be organised. Every aspect of it – how speakers are entertained, the venue, the content, the food, everything(and I mean it) is just perfect. As for my session – full room of very active attendees that led to very cool discussion around both Dynamic Data Masking and Row Level Security. So, that’s that! My slide deck is below and the code that I used can be downloaded from this link! Thanks to the whole organiser team for inviting me! It was a real pleasure!