TSQL Tuesday #96: Folks Who Have Made a Difference

I was intrigued by this month’s T-SQL Tuesday topic presented by Ewald Cress (b|t) “Folks Who Have Made a Difference”. Digging a bit deeper the comment of “Who has made a difference in your career?” was made. I’ve stopped and restarted typing this blog post several different times. I’ve trashed countless drafts and have now … Continue reading TSQL Tuesday #96: Folks Who Have Made a Difference

Four PASS Questions–My Take #PASSElections

As part of the campaign material for this years election for Board of Directors; the candidates were asked to answer four questions. While I did put together a short two-minute video for PASS that will be published soon on the election site regarding these questions; I felt it prudent to also do a bit more … Continue reading Four PASS Questions–My Take #PASSElections

Running for the PASS Board of Directors #PASSelections

This year I decided to take “someday” to heart and do something that has been on my mind for awhile – submit my application to run for the PASS Board. Going through the process so far has been a humbling experience; one that I’ve learned a lot from. I’m excited to say that my application … Continue reading Running for the PASS Board of Directors #PASSelections

PAC Community Ambassador – SQL Sentry

Last week Aaron Bertrand (b|t) published a post regarding five new PAC Community Ambassadors for SentryOne. I am privileged and honored to be a part of this journey with some stellar data professionals: Andy Mallon (b|t) John Morehouse (b|t) Derik Hammer (b|t) Mike Walsh (b|t) This venture is a new community program that SentryOne is … Continue reading PAC Community Ambassador – SQL Sentry