Blog Feed Info

This page provides an aggregate of feeds from Colorado SQL community members that blog about SQL Server.  If you live in Colorado and would like your fieed listed, please send us an email at info@coloradosql.org and let us know.

ColoradoSQL Bloggers

Tuesday, April 14, 2015 5:26:37 AM
This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is from Doc Mike Donnely(@SQLMD) with a simple premise: show us something you learned. Considering that working in the information technology field means we are always learning (or at least should be), blogging on this should be a snap. It’s a great fit for the #SQLNewBlogger challenge if you’re in on […]
Monday, April 13, 2015 4:19:15 AM
This last weekend I was in California for an extended weekend with my family at Disneyland and Huntington Beach to participate in the Orange County/Huntington Beach SQLSaturday! Awesome weather and great times visiting Disneyland and the Huntington Beach/LA area. I finally got to cross off visiting the Griffith Observatory from my list of todos in LA, it was quite the hike from where we had to park, but worth it for the view and the amazing show in the planetarium.

Back to the Huntington Beach SQLSaturday, thanks to the great crew there in the OC on putting on another successful event! For the first time I did 2 presentations at this SQLSaturday and both of them went very well with great interaction from the attendees that helped make the session extra informative for everyone there. Below I have posted the links to download the slides and demo materials from both presentations.

    

Thanks again to everyone that came out and I look forward to making my way back to the LA area again in the future!

Next SQLSaturday for me will be Atlanta on May 16th!
Tuesday, April 07, 2015 3:00:52 AM
Here we are, the annual community tradition of submitting sessions to the PASS Summit. This is the big time, the real deal, the event everyone wants to be seen at (as far as SQL Server goes). We all have hopes and dreams of standing on that stage, sharing what we love about SQL Server with […]
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 3:00:41 AM
I really enjoy interacting with the SQL community on Twitter. Whether it is exchanging silly one line, sharing interesting articles and blog posts, or trying to answer a tricky problem, the conversation is always engaging. One such conversation that happened last week was a community member who was struggling with the output he wanted out […]
Thursday, March 26, 2015 5:02:08 AM
This week my friend Ed Leighton-Dick(@elieghtondick) announced his New SQL Blogger challenge.  It’s an effort focused on getting new bloggers to write regularly and build a habit of blogging. We’ve heard a lot about how blogging can build your personal brand, so I’m a big fan of this challenge and will participate, even though I’ve […]
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 3:00:53 AM
Last week, I was talking with another DBA on my team about our release process.  He was running a series of SQL scripts as part of a code release.  There were about 4 different scripts and, while he was running each one, he would log the start and stop time for each script execution in […]
Friday, March 20, 2015 3:59:37 AM
Thanks to everyone that attended my "Near Real-Time Data Warehouse Updates with CDC and SSIS" presentation at the Denver SQL Server User Group meeting last night. For anyone that wants my slides and demo scripts, you can download them from the link below:



Thanks again and I hope to see you all again at a future Denver SQL Server User Group meeting!
Thursday, March 19, 2015 3:40:32 AM
I had a great time presenting to the Boulder SQL Server User Group last night, thanks to Mark Tillman and Paul Paiva for having me present "Change Data Capture (CDC) and SSIS". Lots of great interaction from the attendees. For anyone that wants my slides and demo scripts, you can download them from this link:



Thanks again to everyone from the Boulder SQL Server User Group and the attendees that came out last night!
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 3:25:20 AM
A common question that comes up for SQL Server administrators is “how do I measure performance”? This is a tough question and there are a variety of ways to do this.  Just off the top of my head, you could measure wait statistics, logical reads and writes for a query, or query duration. When we […]
Sunday, March 15, 2015 12:13:52 PM
I will be presenting at both the Boulder SQL Server User Group and Denver SQL Server User Groups next week! I'm looking forward to doing my Change Data Capture (CDC) with SSIS talk at both groups. I've been doing this talk at SQLSaturdays across the country, but this will be the first time that I have done it in Colorado since April 2014 at SQLSaturday #297 in Colorado Springs.

For more details about the Boulder SQL Server User Group meeting on Wednesday, March 18th at 5:30pm and to RSVP, please visit their Meetup.com website.

For more details on the Denver SQL Server User Group meeting on Thursday, March 19th at 5:30pm, please visit denversql.org.

Looking forward to meeting all of you that can make it out to Boulder and/or Denver on Wednesday and/or Thursday next week!
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