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Live and In Person! My Speaking Schedule for 2016

After a couple of months with no travel, Kevin Kline (@kekline) lays out his conference and speaking schedule for the upcoming calendar year.

Another Facet of #SQLFamily : Protecting Each Other from Harassment

Kevin Kline (@kekline) reminds us how important it is for us, as a community, to look out for one another.

Revisiting PASS Summit 2015: The Age of the Data Professional

The PASS Summit 2015, the largest conference in the Microsoft SQL Server world, was held in October in Seattle, WA. The event provided a look at key initiatives that Microsoft's SQL Server group has been working on and a glimpse of what's ahead for the future and the many promises that the team has brought

SQL Saturday #467 Pre-con : Being a DBA, A Day in the life

John Martin (@SQLDiplomat) talks about the upcoming pre-con he is presenting alongside Richard Douglas (@SQLRich) at SQL Saturday #467 (Southampton).

SQL Saturday #434 Holland – Slides

John Martin (@SQLDiplomat) talks about his session at the recent SQL Saturday event in Utrecht, Holland, and shares his slide deck from the session.

The Hello World Tour

Richard Douglas (@SQLRich) talks about his "Hello World" tour, and lists his upcoming community sessions at SQL Relay and PASS Summit.

Live and In-Person: SQL Sentry Events in September

Kevin Kline (@kekline) tells you about four big upcoming SQL Server events in September where various members of the SQL Sentry team will be speaking.

You can tell a lot about a person…

Nick Harshbarger (@nicharsh) talks about character and why he is very happy to have Allen White (@SQLRunr) joining the SQL Sentry team.

SQL Sentry Adds Two Powerhouse Technology Evangelists in the UK

WHAT’S HAPPENED? When I joined SQL Sentry three years ago, I was the 14th person in the building. We occupied a much smaller and more crowded space in a different building then. But the community responded – in a huge way – by buying our products and supporting our growth. Nick Harshbarger's Office circa 2012.

#SQLVacation FAQs, Follow-ups, and Resources

SQLVacation FAQ and Resources Here are the most frequently asked questions I got while speaking on the #SQLVacation roadtrip: Q: Where can I get the slide decks?A: All of the presentations delivered on the #SQLVacation are on my SlideShare page, along with slide decks from several other recent and popular sessions. I have many more

SQLVacation Postcard: Nashville, TN

  All good things must come to an end and, after logging almost 1400 miles on the road, the #SQLVacation road trip returns to its home city – Nashville, TN, the "Music City". Eight SQL Server users groups, eight matching blog posts, two hundred t-shirts, and many hundreds of attendees later, it's time to get back home. This

SQLVacation Postcard: Evansville, IN

Our long #SQLVacation is nearly at an end because our stop in Evansville, IN is our last roadtrip location for the family and the penultimate (i.e., second to last) technical session of the journey. Ah, the taste is a bittersweet. On the other hand, while it's been a load of fun for my Horde, it

SQLVacation Postcards: St Louis, MO

The Griswolds had an experience they'll never forget in St. Louis. And we've had ours too, but in a very good way. We'd vacationed in St. Louis two years ago and had a great time. We've seen the sights, gotten the pictures, and have the t-Shirts. I still love to see the big, iconic Gateway

SQLVacation Postcards: Springfield, IL

In the movie, National Lampoon's Vacation, Clark and Ellen Griswold decide to lead their family, including the kids Rusty and Audrey, on a cross-country expedition from the Chicago area to the Los Angeles amusement park Walley World, touted as "America's Favorite Family Fun Park." Ellen sensibly wants to fly, but Clark wants to bond with his family

SQLVacation Postcards: Downtown Chicago, IL

Of the hundreds of cities that I've visited around the world, Chicago is one of my favorites. The food. The museums. The architecture. The scenery. It's all good – except for those outrageously cold winters. So I was really excited when my family agreed that they'd enjoy spending their summer vacation in the "Second City"