Thanks to the folks at Quest and Brent Ozar ( @BrentO ), posts on SQL Server development will now be shared with the world over on SQLServerPedia’s site. I think its important for me to start working on my professional development, and one of the best ways of doing that is sharing openly with the community at large. I’ve been involved with the SQL community in the background for years, working with PASS as a volunteer on the Program Committee, helping select the sessions that everyone gets to enjoy. I’ve met a lot of great people at PASS and I’ve been lucky to call a few of them my friends. Over the past few years I’ve witnessed a few folks in the community work just as hard on their personal development as they have on their technical skills and I can only say I’m amazed at the opportunities it has afforded them.
I only recently started blogging to the masses, mostly because Tom ( @SQLRockstar ) and Brent made me. Just kidding, but in a way its true. They have really taken the time and effort to bring their knowledge and special brand of humor out to the world, and in doing so, have elevated their status in the SQL community. Now its time for me to bring my efforts to the foreground. I hope that you’ll find my future posts informative and helpful and one day I too hope to be a Rockstar.