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Category: SQL Server Training

It's Not Rocket Science; It's Data Science

It's Not Rocket Science; It's Data Science

Lori Edwards (@loriedwards) reflects on her continuing journey with Data Science, and how it is a lot like telling stories in other walks of life.

Caribbean SQL Cruise 2017

Caribbean SQL Cruise 2017

Kevin Kline (@kekline) talks about the benefits of unique training events like SQL Cruise, and his upcoming voyage in 2017.

Hello World Tour (the SQL)

Richard Douglas has another busy autumn lined up – read on to see if he'll be presenting SQL Server sessions at an event in your area!

SQLVacation Postcards: Suburban Chicago

I've been to Chicagoland many times over the years. During the 1990's, when I worked for Deloitte, I occasionally traveled to the practice office in downtown Chicago or to the tax practice in Deerfield. In the later 1990's and early 2000's (a.k.a. "the aughts"), I frequently traveled to the original offices for PASS on Michigan

SQLVacation Postcards: Indianapolis, IN

For some people, Indianapolis means one thing, and one thing only – the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (a.k.a "The Brickyard")  and the Indianapolis 500. In my case, it means several times speaking at IndyPASS over the last 10 years. I first spoke at IndyPASS with Bill Baker, who was then head of Microsoft's Business Intelligence product

SQLVacation Postcards: Louisville, Kentucky

  Along the banks of the mighty Ohio River, in sight of the shores of Indiana, lies beautiful Louisville, KY. Louisville is a city with whom I've long felt connected. (No, not because I drink bourbon, although that's a pretty good reason to like the place, come to think of it). It's because my brother,

SQL Cruise : Just Add Water

Aaron Bertrand (@AaronBertrand) explains why he keeps going back to SQL Cruise events, and why you should consider going, too.