“Shit!” I said, followed by even more graphic expletives. I lost you? Sorry, I forget that you don’t follow me around? Let me explain.
Like most people, I have a junk room filled with boxes and plastic storage bins. After Thanksgiving I was in the garage looking for our stored Christmas ornaments and came across a […]
Those who read this blog know that I’ve always been into the PASS Community, particularly about attending the PASS Summit. This is my third and I hope never to miss one.
I’ve written articles about why it’s worth paying your own way, how going is like finding a golden ticket and even like going on […]
Santa was geeked to take the pic, but Anakin wasn’t convinced.
Since the holidays are fast approaching, along with the end of the year, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on the previous year, discuss some small miracles that have happened recently, and share my New Year’s Resolutions.
My Girlfriend Missy and I […]
I Love Teaching
As I mentioned earlier this week, I really enjoyed Consona Connect 2010. I had two very important epiphanies while presenting at this event.
I know a LOT more about SQL Server than I did 3 years ago.
Don Rudo introduced me as a SQL server expert, and actually said, “Dave probably knows more […]
I’ve been volunteering with my local user group for awhile, and have been preaching community on this blog. One of the best ways to get involved, and learn for that matter, is to participate in SQL Saturdays.
On The Wait List
Recently we decided to host a second SQL Saturday Event later this year. It […]
I took the plunge this year and started volunteering for the North Texas SQL Server User Group. Originally I started attending because I wanted to learn more about SQL Server, but it didn’t take long before I realized that there was so much more to be gained from being there.
Why should you volunteer with […]
Last year about this time I referenced the famous WKRP Thanksgiving Day Episode and listed those things for which I am thankful. Well, I’ve decided to update my list for this year as a lot has changed since then.
I’m thankful to have a secure position in this awful economy and that my career is […]