Whilst On the Road I've been traveling heavily to speak at SQL Server events for the last few months and had a great time at recent stops such as Colorado Springs, a three-city tour in Oregon, and Philadelphia. I learned some interesting things about Oregon while visiting there, since it was my first trip in […]
Andy Yun talks about his SQLSaturday Madison session on presenting your own first presentation, and invites you to attend a webinar on the topic on April 18th.
Two of our favorite Andys are gearing up for this weekend's #SQLSatMadison. Here Andy Yun talks about the event, the sessions that he will be presenting, and also talks about Andy Mallon's session.
Join me at one of my March SQL Server presentations to live audiences in Oregon, Colorado, and Georgia. All events are free, but registration is required.
SentryOne Product Manager John Q. Martin recounts his experience at his very first SQL Konferenz event in Germany. Find out details around John's session and other highlights over the two days, along with why you should try to attend SQL Konferenz in the future.
I'm organizing the data-centric track at this summer's MusicCityTech conference. We're looking for sessions covering traditional DBA topics, plus Analytics, Visualization, Design, database engineering, NoSQL topics, Big Data topics, Database coding best practices, AI, ML, and more.
Don't take SQL Server Missing Index recommendations at face value. They have numerous limitations. In this blog post, Andy Yun explores one of these: Index Key Order.
Melissa Connors (@MelikaNoKaOi) examines the 2018 Data Professionals Salary Survey Results from Brent Ozar Unlimited. Is there a gender gap? Do remote employees make more money?
Andy Yun, Microsoft MVP, announces a new professional development session focused on helping SQL Saturday attendees build their first presentation. Entitled "Everyone Has a Story to Tell: Developing Your First Presentation" will be debuted at SQL Saturday Nashville, on January 13, 2018.
John Martin, MS-MVP, contributes this blog post to T-SQL Tuesday about folks who have made a difference in his career.
Andy Yun talks about inspiration and professional development within the SQL community in this post PASS Summit blog.
Join Kevin Kline as he traverses the Buckeye state September 5 – 7 and meets with SQL User Groups in Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati. Topics for Cleveland and Columbus: "Ten Query Tuning Techniques Every SQL Programmer Should Know." The Cincinnati topic is "SQL Server Internals and Architecture."