Monthly Archives: September 2014

SQL in the City This Fall

We’ve got a couple of large SQL in the City events coming this fall.  I’m speaking at both, which I think means my boss is happy with my work for Red Gate Software. At least, that’s what I’ll tell myself. … Continue reading

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Challenge Yourself

I am a proponent of blogging as a way to build your brand. Your work showcases your knowledge, thought process, and interests. It provides a way for potential employers to perform due diligence and determine if you are a good … Continue reading

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Making Better Presentations–Organize Things

This is part of a series of tips for speakers on how to make your presentations better. Organization matters, and it makes a difference to how your presentation goes. The more organized you are, the better the experience for attendees. … Continue reading

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Database Checkups

I am most definitely a fan of continuous delivery (CD) and the idea that we have the ability to both release our software at any time, for any change, but also have the process and mindset in place to rapidly … Continue reading

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