What I Do
When I was eight years old, I had a blast programming in AppleSoft. Also, I wanted to be a teacher. Not much has changed. I’m lucky to combine those two interests by teaching people about databases as well as performance tuning them.
(By “them”, I mean databases, but I performance-tune people in a manner of speaking.)
Outside of my work, I’m active in the SQL Server community. I give presentations around the country both on SQL Server and professional development. I also served as a board member for the Denver SQL Server User Group.
Where To Start
If you’re new to my blog, here are three posts you may find helpful:
- If you’re afraid to be yourself for fear of not fitting in, read this.
- If you have trouble with estimating time and deadlines at work, read this.
- If you want to know what the PASS Summit is like, check this out.
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