Tag Archives: career

Cloud Pace

Recently, a user responded on SQLServerCentral to something I’d written on Azure, asking how do I keep up with all the changes. I wrote back: “Between the complexity and pace of change, I’m always learning something.” To be clear, I … Continue reading

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What Keeps You Employed?

I get asked this question regularly each year as I start coaching volleyball: “what do you do?” New parents are always interested in what the coach does outside of running their kids around a court. This year, I actually got … Continue reading

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Burning Out

We tend to work a lot of hours as data professionals, developers, even IT management. It seems that we often are in the office at night, on weekends, and anytime there is a crisis. Even when we don’t have down … Continue reading

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The Other Jobs

There’s a meme of sorts going around Twitter. It asks for your non-tech jobs, and I’ve seen some good ones from Grant, Kendra, Erin Stellato, and more. There are some interesting ones, and a few that I’m glad I never … Continue reading

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