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Big News, Part 2

February 19, 2013 Leave a comment

I’ve been selected to present on Tools to Make Multi-Object Administration Easier at SQL Saturday 211 on April 13th. Many thanks to Ted Krueger (b|t) and the rest of the SQL Saturday Chicago folks. If you live in the Chicago area, I highly recommend registering. It is a free day of SQL Server training and is an excellent opportunity to meet other members of the SQL Server family.

At my first SQL Saturday in 2011, I was fortunate enough to attend Jes Borland’s presentation Make Your Voice Heard! This was the first time I realized I might have something to offer the community. Two years later, I’ve been blogging for a year and am 2 months away from my first and second SQL Saturday presentations. Thanks Jes!

Life Gets in the Way, Part 2 and Big News

February 15, 2013 Leave a comment

Life has gotten in the way of me posting here again, but it isn’t all bad.  I’ve been really busy at the new gig learning the environment and writing some interesting code.  I have a growing list of blog posts but need to find the time to get them written.

SQL Saturday Madison is coming up on April 6th and I just found out that my presentation, Interrogating the Transaction Log, has been accepted.  I am extremely excited and thank Ted Krueger (b|t) and the rest of the SQL Saturday Madison folks for the opportunity.

I started this blog a little less than a year ago and looking back, I am amazed at what I’ve accomplished. Presenting in public for the first, second and third time. Taking over the Chicago SQL Server User Group with Aaron Lowe (b|t). Starting a new job. And now my first SQL Saturday. It’s been a great time and here’s to it continuing.