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Jason Carter

Jason Carter has spent most of his career as a .NET developer, with time spent as a development manager, accidental DBA, and most recently a full-time DBA. Having worked with large databases as a developer, he found great interest in tuning, tweaking, and making databases run faster. With the support of his wife, he gave up his managerial duties, jumped the development ship and dove head first into his new career as a Database Administrator.

Archives: April 2014

Powershell Goodies

If you haven’t seen some of the other blog post, or the Microsoft Powershell Blog, Microsoft recently release Script Browser for Powershell ISE.   This little addin allows you to quickly search and import Powershell scripts directly from TechNet Script Center.    Currently the database section has 577 scripts in the repository,… Read more

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Posted in Jason Carter on 25 April 2014

Come see me present SQL Saturday Atlanta

Have you seen the schedule for SQL Saturday #285 – Atlanta?   Holy cow they have jam packed too many hard decisions into that schedule.    I’ll be presenting Maintenance and Backups: Intro to Ola Hallengren bright and early at 8:15 in the Admin Room, aka Room 3.   Luckily for everyone… Read more

2 comments, 134 reads

Posted in Jason Carter on 22 April 2014

Mr. Carter, Where Did You Go?

It has been nearly a month since your last blog post Mr. Carter, and frankly your last post was nothing more than a list of things you did in Madison.  What gives?  Where are you?  What is so important that you must leave with such reckless abandon as to not… Read more

0 comments, 175 reads

Posted in Jason Carter on 22 April 2014

SQL Saturday Madison – Recap

A few notes from our trip to Madison for SQL Saturday.  We arrived two days early and acted like tourist for the first two days, here are few notes:

Food

  • Monty’s Blue Plate Cafe – Small place, yet excellent meals, large portions worth the wait.
  • Great Dane – great atmosphere,…

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4 comments, 169 reads

Posted in Jason Carter on 1 April 2014