This page lists all the various talks and presentations that I’ve given or plan to give, including keynote talks. If you want to see me speak, please check my speaking schedule, or send me a note through SQLServerCentral (sjones) or on Twitter (@way0utwest).

Technical Presentations

Here are the various SQL presentations that I’ve done over the years. You can check the speaking schedule to see when I might do these in the future, but please feel free to send a note if you’d like to see one of these or if you have questions.

Please feel free to suggest something as well. I’ve worked in a lot of areas of SQL Server, but haven’t built presentations on all of the areas in which I have experience.

Other Talks

Keynotes – I have a page for my keynotes, which are long talks given at the beginning of some events. I’ve enjoyed doing these and look forward to doing more in the future.


Mostly for me to keep handy, but here’s my official bio:

Steve Jones has been working with databases and computers for over two decades. He has worked with SQL Server since 1991, from v4.2 through SQL Server 2016. He has been a DBA, developer, and manager in a variety of large and small companies across multiple industries. In 2001 Steve founded SQLServerCentral with two partners and has been publishing technical articles and facilitating discussions among SQL Server professionals ever since. He currently is the full time editor of SQLServerCentral, as well as an evangelist for Redgate Software. Steve is a 10 year Microsoft Data Platform MVP and lives on a horse ranch in Colorado.

MVP Profile: Steve Jones

3 Responses to Talks

  1. Lori Jones says:

    Good morning,
    The Unstructured Data in SQL Server – Filestream link is broken, can you please fix it? I attended your SQL Connections presentation in Vegas and would like to get the slides and code.
    Thank you,


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