Yesterday New Horizons in Fort Lauderdale asked me to present to some of their customers on SQL 2012 and and 2014, focusing in on the new features most essential to know. You can find the slides in the Presentations link above. The presentation was only 3 hours, so I really struggled with what to cover, and […]
Tonight I presented a hands on introduction to PowerShell for the great folks at the FlaDotNet user group. I skipped the slides and dove into PowerShell from the console and the PowerShell ISE. PowerShell scripts and referenced resources are available. UPDATE: Dave Lord documented the event with photos! Thanks Dave!
Life has been so busy, haven’t kept up with the blog. Have been researching SQL 2014 new features for CTP1, lots of great material out there. Presenting today at New Horizons in Fort Lauderdale
Whew! Presentation on PowerShell for Developers to the Florida .Net user group went well, and it was a very lively group. I went in expecting to dig deep into applying PowerShell for GUI application development, deployment and the like. But we had a lot of folks very new to PowerShell, and we had a very […]
I’ve been asked to present to the Florida.Net user group in West Palm this week, and chose to present on PowerShell for Developers, and here’s why. There are incredible possibilities and utility in PowerShell, most of the marketing and discussion on the web is for I.T. administrators, rather than developers (though there are some signs […]
Presenting tonight for Florida PowerShell User Group. “A DBA’s first PowerShell script: lessons learned” Edit* It went great! Slides here Would love any feedback or questions.
After some tuning I re-presented my talk on SQL 2012 and PowerShell 3 for the Florida.Net user group. They let me ramble on much longer, so I had the chance to do more demos and step through the code more thoroughly. Recieved some really great feedback, and saw more than a few people may have […]
Spoke last night on SQL 2012 and Powershell 3 at South Florida SQL Server User Group today. Thanks guys for having me! I had lots of content, and was ready to dive into changes from PowerShell 2 to 3, new SQL 2012 Cmdlets, and coding with SQL Management Objects. However most of the group was just […]
Speaking on DIY Active Active SQL Cluster with Hyper-V and iSCSI again at SQL Saturday #79 at Devry. Hope to see you there! Trying to twit… I’m dave000777, anyone out there? DIY SQL Clustering with Hyper-V and iSCSI
Recently spoke at South Florida IT Camp Saturday on using Hyper-V, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Enterprise, Microsoft iSCSI Target 3.3, and SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 to create an Active-Active SQL Cluster. I actually managed to cover all the cool parts in an hour, and got some great feedback. If you’re interested in implementing this […]