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Interviewed on Channel 9

Had a quick interview at Microsoft on Channel 9 last month, and it’s now live. Enjoy. https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/vsppstories/Including-the-database-in-your-DevOps-pipeline/player

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SQL in the City is coming next week

Next week is the 2016 version of SQL in the City and you can register now to attend. It’s free and doesn’t require any travel. You can watch the event live from the comfort of your office chair. In the … Continue reading

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Rate a Session for GroupBy

One of the things that I struggle with is understanding whether a session at a conference like a SQL Saturday is worth watching. I also struggle writing abstracts and attracting people to my own sessions, so I think the idea … Continue reading

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Two Weeks to Live! 360 and VSLive Orlando

A short break in speaking, as I haven’t been on stage since Oct 11. Now it’s two weeks to Live! 360 in Orlando and VS Live, both happening in Orlando on Dec 5-9. You can still register, and save $500 … Continue reading

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Growing Speakers for T-SQL Tuesday #84

It’s T-SQL Tuesday again, and for $#84, we have a non-technical topic. Hopefully this will then let us produce more technical content by growing new speakers. That’s the topic from Andy Yun, and it’s a good one. This is the … Continue reading

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Live 360–SQL in Orlando

I’ll be at the last big SQL Server conference in the US for 2016 this December. VS Live is a part of Live 360, and on Dec 5-9, it’s in Orlando, FL. There are lots of sessions, pre and post … Continue reading

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Webinar: Database Deployment with Git, Jenkins, and Octopus Deploy

I’ve got a webinar later today that looks at how Redgate Software’s DLM Automation and other SQL Toolbelt tools can be used to smoothly move development changes from one database to another. Sign up and spend an hour with me … Continue reading

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Why I Practice Presentations

I had a new presentation to give this week at IT/DevConnections. This is a paid for conference, and I want to be well prepared and ready for the events. It’s the least I can do for people who have spent … Continue reading

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Back for a Day

I hope everyone is well in Florida, but the hurricane caused a postponement of SQL Saturday Orlando. Fortunately I caught the note early enough on Wednesday and spent about an hour at lunch cancelling travel plans and moving my flight … Continue reading

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Bringing Database Devops to DevConnections

Another alliteration post. Maybe I’ll make all my titles tongue twisters to test your talents? This is my new favorite session. I’m slated to deliver this at a few different conferences this fall, and hopefully you’ll come see it in … Continue reading

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