Category: SQL Server learning

Preparing for the PASS Summit 2013 – Part 2

This is part 2 of the series of tips that I’ve prepared for those attending the PASS Summit 2013 in Charlotte, NC. In part 1, I talked about preparation for travel, accommodation and communication.  This blog post talks about what you need to bring to the event. Feel free to add to the list by […]

Giving Away FREE Access to My SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery Deep Dive Course

Yesterday, I tweeted about giving away FREE access to my online course on Udemy (and, yes, it’s a birthday gift from me). If you’ve been following my blog post, you may already know that I’ve launched my very first learning experiment last week via the online course. I haven’t really promoted the course yet (aside from […]

Preparing for the PASS Summit 2013 – Part 1

It’s 3 more weeks before the PASS Summit in Charlotte, NC. I prepared this series of tips and guidelines for some of my friends and colleagues to help them make the most out of their very first summit experience. I hope you find this useful. Congratulations! You have finally decided to attend the largest SQL […]

SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery Deep Dive Course Now Available

I’ve been working on this personal project since early this year. If you’ve been following my blog posts, my articles on MSSQLTips.com or even my presentations at various events, you know that my area of expertise is on SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery. I’ve compiled years of experience and exposure with SQL Server […]

Why I Wanted To Attend The SQLSkills Immersion Training & Presentation Design

I’ve been wanting to attend the SQLSkills Immersion Training for almost a year now. However, my desire to go is limited by my budget and resources. SQLSentry, makers of the awesome tool SQL Sentry Plan Explorer, has cooked up a contest – a free seat to the SQLSkills Immersion Training this coming August 2012. This […]