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New year goal: Getting involved in the #SQLFamily

As we’re all approaching the end of the first working week of 2016 I thought I’d blog about one of my 2016 goals by using the medium of blogging another of my 2016 goals to start blogging about data mainly. 416 more words

Why I Joined Microsoft

If you follow me in social media, you may have seen my announcement that I’ve joined Microsoft. Late in October I resigned my position at Pragmatic Works as a Senior Business Intelligence Consultant and accepted an offer from Microsoft to join their Education Specialty Teams Unit as a Data Platform Solutions Architect. 441 more words

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HADR Virtual Chapter Involvement

I am always looking for ways to get involved within the PASS community. One such way that has become available is the opportunity to get to work with two stellar individuals, one of whom was part of why I became involved within the SQL Community. 258 more words

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T-SQL Tuesday #72 Invitation – Data Modeling Gone Wrong

T-SQL Tuesday is here again. I’ve had good intentions the past few times this event has come around and even have drafts still waiting to be queued up which I will eventually turn into regular blog posts, but I decided to just make time this month and jump back into the monthly party. 763 more words

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Paul and the Butterfly Effect

So now that most of you reading this have come back home from either PASS Summit or MVP Summit and are trying to get your heads around being back home and/or in the office again, so grab a cup of coffee and allow me to share a story with you… 1,238 more words

PASS Summit Recap and Experience

The day finally came and I was fortunate, no I was blessed to be a part of the PASS Summit held out in Seattle, WA. This year would be my fourth year attending in five years. 1,326 more words

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Live Blogging PASS Summit

This year I was fortunate enough to get the invite to join the live bloggers table for both keynotes going on. Looking forward to the opportunity and to what has to be said at each speaker. 14 more words