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Salvo(z) SQL

Adam and Jennifer Salvo are IT professionals with over 10 years of diverse experience. Jennifer is a Business Intelligence developer focusing on the Microsoft BI stack (SSIS, SSAS and SSRS). Her prior work experience includes software development, systems analysis, end-user support, training, and SharePoint administration. Adam is a .NET technical lead with a current emphasis on Dev Ops and Windows Azure. His prior work experience includes .NET development, SQL Server administration, and BizTalk development. They also maintain a personal blog at salvoz.com.

Archives: August 2012

Book Review: Troubleshooting SQL Server A Guide for the Accidental DBA

Over the past few years, Adam and I have won several books at the local MadPASS chapter meetings.  I’ve intended to write a book review for quite awhile and thought I’d start off with this book for several reasons:

  • It can easily be read from cover-to-cover.  This book is organized…

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Posted in Salvo(z) SQL on 24 August 2012

Meme15: Top 5 Reasons I Like My Job

This month’s Meme15 topic is ‘Top 5 Reasons I Like My Job’.  A little over a year ago, I started working as a Business Intelligence developer at Trek Bikes.  Working at Trek has been a great experience and I feel very fortunate to have the opportunity, so I thought I’d… Read more

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Posted in Salvo(z) SQL on 16 August 2012

T-SQL Tuesday: Trick Shots (Currency Conversion in SSAS)

Today is T-SQL Tuesday #33 hosted by Mike Fal.  The topic is SQL Server – Trick Shots.  This assignment involves blogging about a cool process or trick you implemented that is related to SQL Server and the lessons or insight gained from the experience.   As a BI developer, I… Read more

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Posted in Salvo(z) SQL on 14 August 2012