Tag Archives: career

Goal Progress– October 2020

This is my report, which continues on from the Aug report. After that report, I made an effort to work a little harder. This is where I am. Reading Goals Here were my goals for the year. 3 technical books … Continue reading

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Career Goals and Inspiration

Many of us start working in technology because we enjoy programming or software or data or some other aspect of computing. We usually have some excitement that gets us motivated to start learning or apply for a job. Over time, we … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #131–An Analogy

This month the T-SQL Tuesday invitation is from Rob Volk, the last of the crew that I pushed to host last year at a SQL Saturday. I managed to get four people to agree to host, and all did so. … Continue reading

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Social: Respecting Names

This is a non-technical post, and my opinion. If you don’t want to read it, please ignore future posts with “Social:” at the start of the title. My nickname is Steve. Actually, it’s my middle name, but it’s a name … Continue reading

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