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Chris Yates is a Database Administration Manager with over thirteen years of experience in the SQL industry. His experience includes design and implementation of both OLTP and OLAP solutions as well as assessment and implementation of SQL Server environments for best practices, performance, and high availability solutions accompanied by a strong development background. He enjoys helping others in the SQL Server community and does this by contributing on several SQL forums, creating “The SQL Professor”, and speaking at several SQL functions. His passion and focus is not only with technology but also helping others along their way and career path.

Archives: October 2015

PASS Summit Key Note Day 2 – Recap

As I sit here in an offshoot of the convention center, I started reflecting back to this morning’s keynote for various reasons. It got me thinking about 3 key words for myself when it comes to this conference:

  1. Impact
  2. SQL Family
  3. Dedication

How did I come to these three key… Read more

0 comments, 812 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 29 October 2015

Live Blog – Pass Summit Key Note – Day 1

Security as been invested more in SQL Server 2016 than any other.

Protecting your data at rest and in motion with no impact on database performance. Always Encrypted in 2016 will make it a more simpler task to protect your data. This is huge for the data professionals out there… Read more

0 comments, 303 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

Live Blog – Pass Summit Key Note – Day 1

Security as been invested more in SQL Server 2016 than any other.

Protecting your data at rest and in motion with no impact on database performance. Always Encrypted in 2016 will make it a more simpler task to protect your data. This is huge for the data professionals out there… Read more

0 comments, 403 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

Live Blog – Pass Summit Key Note – Day 1

Joseph Sirosh, Corporate VP of Data Group Microsoft talks about zigabytes….what!!!!!! Predominately in the cloud is where data will be moving; yes folks let’s get used to this now.

Age of Hardware and Automation to Age of the Software and digitization we have grown profoundly over the last 50 years.… Read more

1 comments, 515 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

Live Blog – Pass Summit Key Note – Day 1

Joseph Sirosh, Corporate VP of Data Group Microsoft talks about zigabytes….what!!!!!! Predominately in the cloud is where data will be moving; yes folks let’s get used to this now.

Age of Hardware and Automation to Age of the Software and digitization we have grown profoundly over the last 50 years.… Read more

1 comments, 327 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

Live Blog – Pass Summit Key Note – 1

PASS Summit Key note is off the ground and running…..

President Thomas LaRock talks about the 16th annual meeting that is taking place and the #sqlfamily. This event is really like a family reunion with over 58 countries and 2,000 companies that are here to get this party started.

THIS… Read more

0 comments, 314 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

Live Blog – Pass Summit Key Note – 1

PASS Summit Key note is off the ground and running…..

President Thomas LaRock talks about the 16th annual meeting that is taking place and the #sqlfamily. This event is really like a family reunion with over 58 countries and 2,000 companies that are here to get this party started.

THIS… Read more

0 comments, 443 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

Live Blogging PASS Summit

This year I was fortunate enough to get the invite to join the live bloggers table for both keynotes going on. Looking forward to the opportunity and to what has to be said at each speaker.

This morning’s keynote will begin at 8:15 a.m. so don’t be late!!!


Read more

0 comments, 382 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

Live Blogging PASS Summit

This year I was fortunate enough to get the invite to join the live bloggers table for both keynotes going on. Looking forward to the opportunity and to what has to be said at each speaker.

This morning’s keynote will begin at 8:15 a.m. so don’t be late!!!


Read more

0 comments, 294 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015