SQL Server Training Calendar

It is no secret that I like training.  Some would say that I train on SQL Server topics excessively, but the more I train the more I realize I have more to learn.  I’m often asked by new and veteran SQL Server professionals where they can get quality training.   There is a wealth of(…)

Introduction to Scrum for Database Professionals

Chances are, if you work in IT you’ve heard someone evangelizing Scrum and Agile software development.  There are 3 topics that software developers shouldn’t talk about at cocktail parties: religion, politics and which method they use to manage software projects.  Most developers each have a strong opinion of what works and what doesn’t.  So what(…)

Presentation: Partitioning For the Win!

Note: This post was originally published on my old blog site, hansql.wordpress.com. Last night I had the pleasure of presenting at the Arizona SQL Server User Group meeting.  I was called in to present at the last minute, and I gave a session titled “Partitioning For the Win! An Introduction to SQL Server Partitioning“.  Here’s(…)

Re-blog: Meme Monday – 11 words or less

There’s a phenomenon sweeping through the SQL Twitterverse today called Meme Monday.  It’s the brainchild of Thomas LaRock, a.k.a. SQLRockstar (Blog | Twitter).  I like where this idea is going; visions of Xzibit are dancing through my head (ooh, idea: let’s make “Yo Dawg” the next Meme Monday). This Monday’s meme is to “Write a(…)

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