I love the SQL Community because it usually is a great environment to connect, share and learn. With that said, I am noticing that we can do a much better job with helping the people who share, learn how to share better. For every single, Grant Fritchey, Thomas LaRock Read more
Tonight, October 8th at 6:30pm I am virtually speaking at the OKC SQL Server User Group. I had a blast there earlier this year when I presented at their SQL Saturday event. Tonight I will be talking about Performance Tuning for Pirates! There will be free knowledge and food… Read more
You can download the slides, check out the reference material and videos here!
North Texas SQL Server Group
If your… Read more
Today I am excited to join in with my #sqlfamily and participate in this months #tsql2day throw down. This month Erin Stellato is the king pin and her topic is “A day in the Life.” This gives me a great opportunity to explain a day in the life of a… Read more
I currently have a presentation named Performance Tuning for Pirates. This presentation goes over using several free tools to help you with your performance tuning process. Today, I am happy to share my first video going over these tools.
Using SQLQueryStress to stress test Stored Procedures
If you work with SQL Server and live in the Harrisburg area I have some great news for you. The newest SQLPASS User Group has been born in your neck of the woods. The Central PA SQL Server User Group (CPSSUG) will be having their first official meeting tomorrow on… Read more
This week I have two presentations on my schedule. I get to give my Performance Tuning for Pirates presentation twice this week.
Pittsburgh SQL User Group Recap
Recently, I caught my during a kickoff with a new client saying, “Hello I am John, and I love SQL. If SQL Server asked for more heart I will not say no!” That’s right folks I am a very lucky guy. Everyday I get to wake up stroll on down… Read more
I have a confession to make. I like to meet people who also work with SQL Server. There are so many different ways to use SQL Server. I love to hear how people are using it differently than me. One of the easiest ways to accomplish this is to connect… Read more