It has been a few years since I have blogged actively, and I’ve not had much to share with the community during that time. In these recent years I have turned my focus from SQL and PowerShell (which are still awesome together of course) toward the clouds, specifically Azure and AWS (and soon perhaps GCP.) […]
Presenting PowerShell for the DBA, Part 2 – Objects and Tools – for the PASS DBA Virtual Chapter
Wednesday March 8, 2017 will be presenting online for the PASS DBA Virtual Chapter. The topic is PowerShell for the DBA, Part 2 – Objects and Tools If you’d like to join us, here is the attendee link! Here’s the link to part 1 of the talk, including videodownloadable scripts, and resources to learn more. Link […]
Presenting online for PASS DBA Virtual Chapter
I’ll be presenting on POWERSHELL FOR THE DBA to the PASS DBA Virtual Chapter Sept 28, 2016, Noon Eastern Time Abstract: This webinar introduces the SQL DBA to PowerShell and how it can be used to automate many common SQL Server tasks and monitor SQL Server metrics. You will be shown the basics of PowerShell […]
Presenting SQL and PowerShell for South Florida CodeCamp 2016
Presentation scripts and resources here at the SFCodeCamp.com presentation OneDrive under ‘SQL and PowerShell’
Don’t Fear the Shell! Presentation on PowerShell Basics to FlaDotNet User Group
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!
Off to SQLPASS 2013!
This year I’m volunteering at SQL PASS Summit 2013 as an MCT Volunteer, to assist those interested in certifying for SQL Server 2012. Being an MCT means keeping up with certifications, which means keeping up with tests, and since 2002 I’ve certified on SQL 2000,2005 and 2008. This May I achieved my MCSE: Data Platform this […]