This month, Jess Pomfret hosts T-SQL Tuesday, and asks us to talk about our own personal life hacks that make our day easier.
For this month's T-SQL Tuesday, I talk a little bit about how I make my imposter syndrome feel less like imposter syndrome.
With another new year comes the recognition of a standout contributor to the SQL Server community. Read on to see 2019's honoree.
For this month's T-SQL Tuesday, I talk about an opportunity earlier this year to significantly change my career trajectory.
Notes and ramblings from the annual WIT Luncheon once again sponsored by SentryOne.
See the highlights from the second keynote at PASS Summit 2019 in Seattle.
See the highlights from the first-day keynote at PASS Summit 2019 in Seattle.
Register now for focus groups hosted by the product teams at PASS Summit next week!
Aaron shares his slides and demos from his most recent delivery of T-SQL : Bad Habits and Best Practices.
Learning Pathways are a new, innovative way to take advantage of the sessions offered at PASS Summit.
Aaron Bertrand shares his slides and demos from his presentations at SQLDay in Wrocław, Poland.
Aaron Bertrand announces that he is among the handful of community members in the inaugural group of official bloggers at PASS Summit 2019.
Aaron Bertrand shares his slide decks and demos from two recent presentations at CodeStock in Knoxville, TN.
Aaron Bertrand shares his slide deck from a recent presentation at the Charlotte SQL Server User Group, "Fix Slow Queries. Fast."
Aaron Bertrand announces the recipient of his third annual Community Influencer of the Year award.
I recap a grand total of FIFTY entries in this month's T-SQL Tuesday. A lot of interesting submissions!
For my T-SQL Tuesday entry, I show off my hockey and football card collection, license plates from all over the world, and a very special collection of "Everything Happens to Aaron" books.
For this month's T-SQL Tuesday, I would love to hear about something you are passionate about, outside of the SQL Server or tech community.
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