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SQL Tribal Knowledge

Ever felt like trying your hand at writing?  November is National Novel Writing Month (or NaNoWriMo for our savvy readers).  But maybe writing an entire novel is just a bit too ambitious for you.  So how about a chapter?  That’s a heck of a lot more doable.  Well, Jen McCown (@MidnightDBA | blog) is giving you an opportunity to do just that.

The project is called SQL Tribal Knowledge, and Jen’s calling for SQL Server professionals to submit chapter abstracts on the theme “the thing that a DBA should really know.”  So whether it be backups/restores, designing a DR solution, security, or even topics outside SQL Server, like Powershell, what do you think every DBA should know?

Of course, there are a couple of restrictions.  You must be currently working in the SQL Server field and you must be unpublished.  So hop on over to Jen’s blog, read up on the details and submit an abstract.  Or two.  Or five.  How often does a chance like this come along?

Cleveland DBA

Colleen Morrow is a database professional living in Cleveland, OH who has been working with database systems since 1996. For more than 12 years, she was a Database Administrator at a large law firm where she developed an appreciation for auditing, automation, and performance tuning. Since that time she has worked with clients in the healthcare, manufacturing, software, and distribution/freight delivery industries. Colleen is currently a Senior Consultant at Fortified Data.


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