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Finally, PASS is a proper association now

For the longest time¬†PASS was known as the Professional Association for SQL Server, and made all of its money from a single event each year, the PASS Summit. If you’ve ever attended a SQLSaturday, you’re a member of PASS. If you’ve ever attended the PASS Summit, you’re a member of PASS. If you’ve ever attended
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How I prepared for my first ever SQLSaturday session

I presented for fifty minutes on 27 June 2015, for my first ever SQLSaturday talk. The amount of time I put into that presentation is easily 200 hours, not counting my experience as a college lecturer and high school teacher. Firstly, I had to write the software I presented on. Even until yesterday, three days
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The Intersection of Art and Science

This is the first post in a series of four, where Ed Leighton-Dick, via Brent Ozar, is proposing that we SQL Server folks participate in the #SQLNewBlogger Challenge. I write a fair number of words on my personal website, and tend to neglect this site. Reading Brent’s post, it occurred to me that I can
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