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Brian Kelley is an author, columnist, and Microsoft SQL Server MVP focusing primarily on SQL Server security. He is a contributing author for How to Cheat at Securing SQL Server 2005 (Syngress), Professional SQL Server 2008 Administration (Wrox), and Introduction to SQL Server (Texas Publishing). Brian currently serves as an infrastructure and security architect. He has also served as a senior Microsoft SQL Server DBA, database architect, developer, and incident response team lead.

Archives: November 2018

Midlands PASS Meetings for January and February 2019

Midlands PASS won’t be holding a meeting in December. Too much going on! However, we are hosting meetings in January and February.

January 8, 2019 – Moving Data with Azure Data Factory

Andy Leonard (twitter | website) joins us to discuss Azure Data Factory. Learn from one of… Read more

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Posted in Databases – Infrastructure – Security on 27 November 2018

Meetings: Have a Point of Focus

Have you ever been in a meeting where the attendees seemed to go down one rabbit trail after another? At the end of that meeting, likely everyone left wondering why they were there. Those meetings are failed meetings. Meetings should move things forward. Otherwise, what’s the point? And that gets… Read more

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Posted in Databases – Infrastructure – Security on 16 November 2018

Ethics in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

Microsoft redid its Data Science Track not too long ago and they added several courses and new progress points. One of those progress points is Apply Ethics and Law in Analytics and the course to cover this point is Microsoft DAT249x: Ethics and Law in Data and Analytics, offered… Read more

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Posted in Databases – Infrastructure – Security on 8 November 2018

How do I ask for SQL Server help on Twitter?

For those of us who have been on twitter for a long time, we are familiar with the #sqlhelp hashtag. However, I was giving a presentation to a user group last night and came across a case where folks in the room didn’t know about the hashtag. I mentioned this… Read more

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Posted in Databases – Infrastructure – Security on 7 November 2018