You may not know this, but for the last six years I’ve been producing a bi-weekly newsletter for everyone signed up for our mailing list (which we only use for the newsletter). It’s a bit of a labor of love, and a way for me to post opinions and other information that doesn’t really fit on my blog.
I’ve just expanded the sections in the newsletter so I want to make sure you all know about it. It’s 100% free of any 3rd-party adverts and marketing and your email address will only ever be used for sending the newsletters – nothing else. And it’s 100% free to join, no special requirements.
Every newsletter has the following sections:
- SQLskills News A quick round-up of new Pluralsight courses, classes, conferences, user groups, and SQLSaturdays where we’ll be presenting.
- Book Review I read a huge amount and like to post a 1-2 paragraph review of something interesting I’ve read since the last newsletter. I’ve been told by many people that this is one of the sections they look forward to most!
- The Curious Case of… Describing and explaining a problem we’ve recently found on a client system (or come across in an email question or while teaching a class) that is something others are likely to come across in their environments.
- Paul’s Ponderings Where I write about a topic of interest to the SQL Server community.
- Video Demo A never-before-seen demo video of something to do with SQL Server from one of the team. Occassionally I’ll pick a demo video from a Pluralsight course too.
- #TBT (Turn Back Time) Highlighting some older resources around a particular topic, plus a selection of recent SQLskills blog posts.
Here’s an example newsletter from March 2017 so you can see what it’s like.
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