Visiting the Iowa .NET User Group this week

I’m honored to be speaking at the Iowa .NET User Group this week. My topic will be on SQL Server 2005 for Developers. If you are in the area, please stop by. Visit their site for more informati...

I got connected at Connections!

I’m back home now, but had a total blast at DevConnections in Las Vegas this week. I saw many friends and colleagues who I hadn’t seen for awhile. I was surprised that there were ~4700 at...

Thanks for attending Seattle Code Camp 2.0

Although the venue was changed at the last minute (to better digs at DigiPen) and my colleague Steven Borg bailed out to have a kid (that still hasn’t come yet), Seattle Code Camp 2.0 was ...

See you at ”camp this weekend in Seattle

That’s right. Seattle Code Camp 2.0 is upon us, with a late-breaking venue change … Camp will be held at Nintendo’s DigiPen Univeristy, which is very near the Microsoft Ca...

Talking SQL at the Spokane .NET User Group

I enjoyed traveling to Spokane (I have family there) and presenting to the Spokane .NET User Group (SNUG?) on various SQL Server 2005 T-SQL, engine, and data type enhancement topics. This w...

Roll Your Own SQL Server 2005 Database Diagrams

A friend of mine, John Paul Cook, has tricked out SQL Server 2005 database diagrams to show more than just relationships between tables. Read the DevX article and download the code.