Category : Career - SentryOne Team Blog

Category: Career

T-SQL Tuesday #97 : My 2018 Learning Goals

T-SQL Tuesday #97 : My 2018 Learning Goals

Melissa Connors (@MelikaNoKaOi) participates in this month's T-SQL Tuesday by planning out her learning goals and strategy for 2018.

T-SQL Tuesday #96: Still Making a Difference

T-SQL Tuesday #96: Still Making a Difference

Devon Ramirez joins the SentryOne blogging team with this reflection for #tsql2sday and a shout out to the folks who are still making a difference in her SQL Server career.

T-SQL Tuesday : Difference Makers

T-SQL Tuesday : Difference Makers

For this month's T-SQL Tuesday, Aaron Bertrand talks about a few of the difference makers in his career, before he actually started his career.

T-SQL Tuesday #96: Folks Who Have Made a Difference

T-SQL Tuesday #96: Folks Who Have Made a Difference

Lori Edwards shares about "Folks Who Have Made a Difference" in this T-SQL Tuesday blog post.

T-SQL Tuesday #96 – Finding Inspiration

T-SQL Tuesday #96 – Finding Inspiration

John Martin, MS-MVP, contributes this blog post to T-SQL Tuesday about folks who have made a difference in his career.

Doing what you love

Doing what you love

Lori Edwards discusses her passion for teaching others and excitement over her new role as the Training Manager for SentryOne.

SentryOne Names New Chief Executive Officer

SentryOne Names New Chief Executive Officer

Bob Potter has been named Chief Executive Officer of SentryOne. Potter, who has an extensive background in scaling tech firms, succeeds Greg Gonzalez, company founder who will move into a new role of Chief Technology Officer.

Should you attend PASS? Better Question: What Do You Want From Your Career?

Should you attend PASS? Better Question: What Do You Want From Your Career?

Allen White writes about his professional journey and the positive impact Pass Summit has had on his career.

Brain Melt on SQL Cruise Alaska 2017

Brain Melt on SQL Cruise Alaska 2017

Allen White presented along with industry leaders, including Bob Ward from Microsoft, on SQL Cruise Alaska 2017. Here's his recap of an amazing experience.

Looking Back at Bad Interviews

Looking Back at Bad Interviews

As part of this month's T-SQL Tuesday, Aaron Bertrand describes a few experiences from last decade, from both sides of interviews.

Marketing Lessons for the Non-marketer

Marketing Lessons for the Non-marketer

Jason Hall (@SQLSaurus) shares marketing lessons he's learned as a non-marketer in a SQL Server marketing world. Know your product; target your audience.

Goals for 2017: A Midsummer Night's Reflection

Goals for 2017: A Midsummer Night's Reflection

Melissa Connors (@MelikaNoKaOi) takes a moment to reflect on progress toward personal goals for 2017 and recent changes in her role at SentryOne.

The SentryOne Solutions Engineering team is growing!

The SentryOne Solutions Engineering team is growing!

Scott Fallen is pleased to announce two new members of the SentryOne Solutions Engineering team: Devon Leann Ramirez and Andy Yun.

T-SQL Tuesday #89 : Roll with the Changes

T-SQL Tuesday #89 : Roll with the Changes

Aaron Bertrand (@AaronBertrand) explains why he isn't scared of the cloud, and why most of you shouldn't be, either.

Surprising but True: the Basics are Still Difficult

I always look forward to new research from Unisphere Research, a division of Information Today, Inc., publishers of this magazine and other great products for data professionals. The latest report which you should read is "SQL Server Transformation: Toward Agility & Resiliency 2017; PASS Database Management Survey." READ MORE… Originally Posted April 07, 2017