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  • 50ths… SQL Saturday and Life

    This week I will experience a couple of events associated to the number 50. SQL Saturday Atlanta The second will be my 50th SQL Saturday Event! (49th speaking, 1 attended in casual mode… 50th speaking Saturday will be in August at SQL Saturday Louisville).  This weekend is SQL Saturday Atlanta. It is one of my favorite events, not just for ...
    Posted to Louis Davidson (Weblog) by drsql on July 11, 2017
  • Father, Son, Daughter, and SQL

    I don't love Father's Day. Mostly because I spoke to my father for the last time on Father's day back in 1996. He wasn't feeling well, we exchanged a few pleasantries, and the words I remember were: "I don't feel well, let me give you to your mother." Better than the actual last word's that Marshall got: "that fungus thing is acting ...
    Posted to Louis Davidson (Weblog) by drsql on June 18, 2017
  • Three Lessons Learned in 2016

    Some folks do not like to read posts of a more personal nature or posts that contain religious references. If you are one of those people, you have been forewarned. I’ve read lots of posts from people who are ready for 2016 to be over. I understand their reasons. Celebrities, friends, and family have passed away this year. The world economy ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on December 31, 2016
  • An Interview With Me

    This post is inspired by Kenneth Fisher’s [blog | @sqlstudent144] post, An interview with me. Ken suggested, “Now if any other bloggers read this and feel like answering questions too I’d love to read them so make sure you put a link to your blog down in the comments below.” I’m in! 1. What are the various database job roles and ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on December 16, 2016
  • 800

    In May 2015 I wrote 700 – a post marking my 700th blog post here at SqlBlog.com. Last month I wrote Nine Years about another milestone here. Well, here we are in August 2016 and I’ve reached 800 posts! It’s an honor and privilege to write here. Here’s to the next 100 posts! :{>
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on August 5, 2016
  • 701

    It’s your turn. You start blogging. You cannot start in July 2007 like I did – even if you have a Delorean. But you can start in July 2015. Here’s the thing: In 2023, eight more years will have passed. Will you have posted 700 blog posts by then? You can. How do I know? It’s possible. “What Do I Blog About, Andy?” What was the last ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on May 24, 2015
  • 700

    Adam Machanic (Blog | @AdamMachanic) emailed me way back in July 2007 and asked if I’d be interested in joining the awesome crew blogging at SQLBlog.com. I was honored to be asked and loved the idea of joining the bloggers here (“A group of really smart SQL Server bloggers… plus me”). And wow – this is my 700th post at SQLBlog! Thank you, ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on May 22, 2015
  • Andy-Frickin-Leonard

    A few years ago at a conference, a young man approached me and asked if I was ready for my presentation. I squared with him (for emphasis) and replied, “No, sir. In fact, I’m worried about it.” He looked a little stunned and said, “Why?” “I’ve never done this presentation before, I don’t like the flow of the material yet, and I’m concerned it’s ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on April 26, 2015
  • SQLPass NomCom election: Why I voted twice

    Did you already cast your votes for the SQLPass NomCom election? If not, you really should! Your vote can make a difference, so don’t let it go to waste. The NomCom is the group of people that prepares the elections for the SQLPass Board of Directors. With the current election procedures, their opinion carries a lot of weight. They can reject ...
  • Me and the Man

    Part 1 I grew up poor – the US version of poor. We never missed a meal but a few times it was only because we had a successful hunt. Suffice it to say that when we interacted with others, they always had more than us. More stuff, nicer houses and cars and toys. We weren’t unhappy kids – my brothers and I – but we were unable to do some things we ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on February 15, 2014
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