Last 2016 Presentation in Trinidad and Tobago

This Wednesday, November 30th 2016, I will be presenting "What's new with SQL Server 2016" at the Courtyard Marriott from 8am-11am. Besides highlighting reasons why you should upgrade, I will also provide guidance on how to upgrade to 2016. If you are still using 2005, 2008 and 2008 R2 then this session is for you! Register here:

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SQL Sessions in U.S. Virgin Islands

This week I will be presenting at SoftwareONE's Event - Transform your Business to the Digital Era. The event will be held on Friday 28th October at Frenchman's Reef & Morning Star Marriott Beach Resort in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. I will be covering the following topics:
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Leveraging SQL Server Tips for Developers

Thank you to everyone who attended my session yesterday! I appreciate that you chose my session and I also appreciate the honest feedback that I have seen in the reviews thus far. As promised, you can find the deck as well as the scripts used for my screen shots here - Ignite 2016 Presentation.
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Presenting at Microsoft Ignite 2016

For those that read my blog, I would like to apologize for not blogging much this year. My main focus has been getting familiar with my new job and most of my free time that I spend with the community has been focused on presenting in person, rebuilding TTSSUG and a project with Paul Turley (more on this soon).
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Microsoft M4 St Lucia Presentation

I was asked to present at the Microsoft M4 St Lucia event, which took place at Sandals La Toc Golf and Spa resort on Thursday 7th April, 2016. This was a CXO focused event to highlight how Microsoft technology can transform your business by improving productivity, minimize cost and increase profits.
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First Post and Presentation for 2016

Happy New Year to all my readers! I promised that in 2016 I would do more blogging and presentations but January is almost over and I haven't done either as yet so I decided to kill two birds with one stone in one week.
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