3D Printing Ear Savers Update

I started 3D printing ear savers on April 5th. I am fast approaching the 2 month anniversary and I wanted to share a few stats from this adventure. First, when I started out, I had a single Ender 3 Pro printer. I quickly realized that with the number of request for ear savers, that I […]

New Pluralsight course: SQL Server: Understanding Database Fundamentals (98-364)

On October 29th, 2019, Pluralsight published my latest course, SQL Server: Understanding Database Fundamentals (98-364). This makes four courses that I have done for Pluralsight. Here is the official course description: Learn the fundamentals of designing, using, and maintaining a SQL Server database. This course is applicable to anyone preparing for the 98-364 exam: Understanding Database Fundamentals. My goal for […]

SQLintersection Spring 2019 Conference

I am very excited to be speaking at my ninth consecutive SQLintersection conference. The Spring show this year is at Walt Disney World Swan Resort. I’m honored to be co-presenting two workshops with good friend David Pless as well as presenting three sessions. David and I start our week on Monday with a full day […]

Azure Training – London

I am very excited about my upcoming IEAzure class being held in London, September 10th and 11th at theĀ Marriott in Kensington (London). This is a content rich class covering SQL Server running on Azure Virtual Machines (Azure IaaS) as well as Azure SQL Database and Azure SQL Managed Instance (PaaS). You read that correctly, we’ve […]

Calling all user group leaders! I want to present on Managed Instances for you!

At SQLskills, we like presenting to user groups. It’s a great way to give back to our community and share things that we learn about. Paul Randal put out a call to user group leaders earlier this year, but I’ve recently been digging deep into Azure SQL Database Managed Instance and would like to show […]