SQL Saturday: Lessons Learned

Posted by Ben Weiss on Wed, Dec 11, 2013 @ 18:12 PM

By: Ayman El-Ghazali (@TheSQLPro) - Guest Contributor

This article originally appeared on Ayman's blog, TheSQLPro.com.

About the Author: Ayman El-Ghazali is a SQL Server DBA/Developer and BI Developer. He hold a MSCE Data Platform, MSCA in SQL Server 2012, and a MCITP SQL 2008 DBA certification and I’m also a MCT (Microsoft Certified Trainer) and is passionate about spreading useful knowledge. See more of his work at thesqlpro.com.

This past weekend I attended SQL Saturday #233 in Washington DC. I presented a session this year titled “Backup and Recovery Fundamentals.” There was a great turn out with the room filled. Although there were some technical issues at the start, I got great support from the volunteers there. The feedback from the session was excellent, which means people learned and my goal was achieved. As for myself, I attended three sessions that day and I learned a lot more than just technical information.

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The Counter Intuitive Part of Building Credibility in Information Technology (Case Study)

Posted by Ben Weiss on Wed, Jul 31, 2013 @ 14:07 PM

By: Ben Weiss

“One of those counter intuitive things about credibility is not to be superman. Be human. Make light of your mistakes." - Kevin Kline, 06.13

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