Back from two weeks of vacation I noticed that the schedule of the next OpenWorld is available here.
The detailled information about my session, which is based on chapter 10 of my book, is the following:
|Abstract||This presentation explains how the query optimizer joins multiple sets of data to each other. First it explains the operation of the basic join methods (nested loop, hash join, and merge join) and the possibilities we have to influence their performance. Then it presents some more advanced optimization techniques such as the transformations applied to joins, and partition-wise joins.|
|Time||13:00 – 14:00|
I’m looking forward to seeing you in San Francisco!
Update 2009-09-01: location was changed from “Rm 200” to “Rm 304”.