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SQL PASS Upgrade Talk

Hey there! Thanks for attending my SQL PASS Session on Friday! A few links we'll discuss are below and a placeholder version of the slide deck. If we get into any big conversations, I'll bring links into here by end of day next Monday. Note before the session -  This...

PASS Summit HA/DR Talk

Thanks for coming to my PASS Summit session this year (or watching it) on HA/DR concepts. Come back here on Monday next week for updates based on questions asked during the session or any notes on tangents I went off on because of the talk. I'll put links here I...

PASS Prayers – Year 11!

Quick note: From time to time I blog about the Bible here. I try to keep those posts on my personal blog – Open Mike (it’s been too long since I’ve posted over there!!)– but sometimes it makes sense for a quick cross-post over here. I always tag those posts with the...

SQL Saturday 877

Hey there! Thanks for attending my SQL Saturday Session today! A few links we discussed. If we get into any big conversations, I'll bring links into here by end of day Monday Download our SQL Server Upgrade Checklist (and open in word and edit it to make it your...

SQL Saturday 845 – Session Details

Hello! Thanks for attending! The slides for my SQL Saturday Session on High Availability and Disaster Recovery are below. After the session I'll update this with links and notes from the talk by end of day Tuesday. Thanks for attending!...

SQL Server Upgrade Checklist

SQL Server Upgrade Checklist

Last week, I wrapped up the delivery of a 4-part webinar series giving tips about SQL Server upgrades. I talked about how critical a SQL Server Upgrade Checklist is to the success of your SQL Server upgrade projects and promised a checklist. Here it is! This is a free...


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