Overflow Hotel Rooms Have Been Added for PUG Challenge
The room block at the Radisson has SOLD OUT! Overflow rooms have been blocked at the adjacent Hilton Garden Inn for $159/night. Ask for the "PUG Challenge" rate when booking.
101 south Commercial Street
Manchester, NH 03101
Sponsorship Opportunities at PUG Challenge Americas
Sponsorship and exhibit opportunities are still available for PUG Challenge 2016. This is your premier opportunity to meet face-to-face with Progress OpenEdge users in the Americas and offer broad exposure to your company's products and services! Visit PUGChallenge.org for more information.
Hear Mike Lonski Speak at PUG Challenge Americas 2016
PUG Challenge Americas will be here before you know it so, make plans now to attend! The event, being held June 26-29th in Manchester, NH, is the year's most exciting event for Progress OpenEdge programmers, administrators and other technical personnel. And remember... Progress no longer hosts a stand-alone Exchange conference, so the PUG Challenge/ Exchange is your one chance to attend an OpenEdge technical conference in North America this year. Expert speakers from Progress Software and the community present over 40 technical sessions plus many workshops, info exchanges and commercial sessions, this conference is the destination for guidance on real-world OpenEdge innovations.
Allegro's own Mike Lonski will be giving an updated version of his popular indexing talk. See below for a description of "Proper Care and Feeding of an Index". To register for PUG Challenge or for more information, visit pugchallenge.org.
Proper Care and Feeding of an Index
The core of Progress is the database and the core of accessing the database are its indices. Knowing the in's and out's of the DB engine index rules can make or break an application's performance. With the increase in dynamic programming models, the ability to properly select indices and , more importantly, prove which ones are being used is paramount.
From the COMPILE listing to the INDEX-INFORMATION method to new OpenEdge 10 logging features, learn how to predict and prove index usage and take back control of your applications. Attendees are guaranteed to leave this session with long held beliefs challenged and a new, more accurate understanding of OpenEdge index behaviour.
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