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By Brad McGehee,
Virtually all successful DBAs I know put a lot of focus on education, and the best way to make it happen is to create your own professional development plan for the new year. This way, you will be better able to find time (and resources) to accomplish your learning goals.
Here are some things you can begin doing now:
The above suggestions are naturally just the tip of the iceberg of professional development options. Whichever opportunities you choose, the sooner you outline your professional development plan for 2010 on paper, the more likely you are to achieve your goals.
Aloha,Brad M. McGeheeDirector of DBA EducationRed Gate Softwarewww.bradmcgehee.com
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