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Music City Data

I’ve never spoken in Tennessee. I’ve wanted to visit, but the I’ve only managed to drive through a part of the state or transfer in the airport. That changes at the end of this month. Music City Tech, a three … Continue reading

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First Wave of Sessions for PASSSummit Now Available

The first wave of sessions for the #PASSSummit have been released. You can see the list at: http://www.pass.org/summit/2018/Learn/ConferenceSessions.aspx I am honored to have a session on the list. This year, I’ll be doing a session called Minimizing the Impact of … Continue reading

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Securing Test and Dev Environments at the SQL Privacy Summit

Redgate Software is putting on a one day SQL Privacy  Summit on May 18 in London at the Grange Tower Bridge. This is a chance to see how you can ensure compliance with the GDPR while keeping up the modern … Continue reading

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Webinar: 6 Principles of the GDPR and SQL Provision

On April 24, I’ll be hosting a webinar that talks about the GDPR and how you can help ensure compliance in your development environments. I’ll talk about some of the issues and show how SQL Provision can help. The GDPR … Continue reading

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The 700 Milestone for SQL Saturday

This past weekend was SQL Saturday #700. Another milestone in the franchise of events, and I was glad to attend. This is my fifth or sixth Colorado Springs event, and everything ran great. The leadership has changed over the years, … Continue reading

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The 700 Milestone

I’ve watched various SQL Saturday milestones go by. I missed 100 in Brazil, but did manage to get to 200 in Philadelphia and 300 in Kansas City. 400 was in Torino, and I am sad about not making the effort … Continue reading

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The SQL Privacy Summit

This May 18th, Redgate is putting on a SQL Privacy Summit for people that are looking for solutions to help them comply with the GDPR regulations.  I’ll be heading over to participate, and I’m looking forward to hearing from customers … Continue reading

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Kicking off SQL in the City 2018

I’m off today. Not taking a break, though perhaps it’s a touch of a break. I’m actually in an airplane, heading to the UK for the first 2018 SQL in the City. We’ll be broadcasting this Wednesday, and you can still … Continue reading

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Off to SQL in the City 2018

I’m off today on a plane, flying to the UK for this Wednesday’s SQL in the City broadcast. This is our first event of 2018, and I’m excited. We’ll be talking GDPR and security, not the most exciting of topics, … Continue reading

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Influence the Program

When I first started going to the PASS Summit, I was enthralled with the speakers, no matter what the topic. Meeting Kalen Delaney at the first Summit was a milestone in my career. In those early years, there weren’t many speakers, … Continue reading

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