His online presence includes:
Earlier this year I had the chance to collaborate on my first ever white paper “Top 10 Tips for Optimizing SQL Server Performance” with Patrick O’Keeffe who is Director of Software Development at Dell Software Group. I must say, it was a really interesting experience.
Writing a blog… Read more
Thomas La Rock (Blog | Twitter) recently wrote a blog post about misplacing a device he has called a FitBit One which is a pretty cool piece of kit, it’s entitled “How to find a missing FitBit”. For those of you who don’t know what they… Read more
There has been lots of speculation in the SQL Server community as to what the official name of the next release of Microsoft’s flagship database product SQL Server will be. Today I made a discovery on one of Microsoft’s very own sites that indicates that the name will not follow… Read more
Before we dive in to the post, I’d like to give a big thank you to Bob Pusateri (Blog|Twitter) for hosting this months T-SQL Tuesday “Presenting and Loving it!”. T-SQL Tuesday was the brainchild of Adam Machanic (Blog|Twitter) you can… Read more
The bank holiday and work have put me a few days behind schedule, but here is the list out all of the UK events for all you busy people who forget to go over to http://www.SQLServerfaq.com to check what SQL Server events are happening in the UK this month.
On the Friday I had arranged to take my 70-451 exam at lunchtime at a test center just outside Birmingham which would provide me with a nice… Read more
Unless you’ve entered “100th blog post” into your favourite search engine and clicked on pot luck (or whatever it is) you’ll know that I pretty much always blog about SQL Server. Not this time!
Today, I thought I would share a little bit about me and my blogging experiences. I’ll… Read more
Welcome to the first of what I plan to be a regular recurring theme. Right here I will list out all of the UK events for all you busy people who forget to go over to http://www.SQLServerfaq.com to check what SQL Server events are happening in the UK.
It’s an… Read more
Thank you for the opportunity to present this information about myself and our Pittsburgh SQL Server User Group!
Before we start on the main… Read more
Today I came across an issue somebody posted on the Microsoft Connect site citing a bug with how the FLOAT data type was calculating a value when being cast to various other datatypes. You can read the… Read more
As a former mentor Christian is used to me asking him all sorts of random questions, but this time it’s going to be published online. I’d also like to thank you for allowing me to be a technical reviewer in your latest book: Professional SQL Server 2012 Internals and Troubleshooting. Read more
Before we start on the main part of the interview, tell us all a little about yourself.
I’m married to Jonathan Allen… Read more
I’ve been very privileged to be able to work alongside Kevin on a few projects during our time together at Quest. To be honest I was a little unsure on how to structure this interview as Kevin has so many strings to his bow. We could talk about being an… Read more
It’s an exciting time for SQL Server Professionals in the South West of the UK, we’re now just a few weeks away from the second ever SQLSaturday event in the UK which is being held in Exeter on the 8-9th March 2013.
If you haven’t registered yet why not!… Read more
Before we start on the main part of the interview on the topic of being a SQL Server Database Administrator, tell us all a little about yourself.
I’m a father… Read more
How did you start in SQL Server?
While I was still at school, I worked for a computer company that developed software using SQL Server.… Read more
Before we start with the main part of the interview, tell us all a little about yourself. I for one am intrigued why you have… Read more
I’m currently a Technical Evangelist for Confio Software. I’ve been in the IT industry for just under 15 years having first started… Read more
Before we start on the main part of the interview, tell us all… Read more