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Lee Dise


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Classical music (especially Bruckner and Shostakovich), beer, fishing, whiskey, theology, wine, trombone, martinis, not necessarily in that order.

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As a congenital nerd with the attention span of a two-year-old, you might guess that being a DBA is not my first whack at a career. Once I was a professional trombone player, but at some point in my life became addicted to actual paychecks. To support this crippling habit, I learned how to program computers, a career field that seems to be God's way of giving musicians a second chance at a middle income. I've been a software professional since 1984 and I've performed DBA work since 1991, when I designed my first relational database for a defense contractor. I've been a DBA at Virginia Beach City Public Schools for over four years, and love it here. My wonderful wife of twenty-two years, Debbie, also works for VBSCHOOLS as an orchestra teacher. In my spare time, I play with the Virginia Beach Symphony, a not-quite-ready-for-primetime but still reasonably good amateur orchestra, if your standards aren't stultifyingly high. If you ever visit Virginia Beach, pop in for a concert some Sunday afternoon and say howdy to the 51-year-old fat kid on bass trombone.

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