Robert L Davis

SQLBP Administrator, Contributor
New York, NY
Robert L Davis
Robert L Davis
SQLSoldier.com is the blog for Robert L Davis. He is a SQL Server Certified Master, MVP, and has spent 17+ years honing his skills in security, performance tuning, SQL development, high availability, and disaster recovery. He served as PM for the SQL Server Certified Master Program at Microsoft Learning, and in various roles at Microsoft specializing in SQL Server administration, development, and architecture.

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Argenis Fernandez

Contributor
Pacific Northwest
Argenis Fernandez
Argenis Fernandez
Principal Data Management Architect for Pure Storage (Site|@PureStorage)
MCM: SQL Server
VMware vExpert
Infosec/OpSec enthusiast
Former Microsoft MVP
#TeamProfiler

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MinionWare, LLC

Contributor
Deep in the ❤️ of Texas
MinionWare
MinionWare, LLC
We write solutions for SQL Server that don’t actively make us angry.

Visit us at MinionWare.net.

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Kenneth Fisher

Contributor
Near Dallas, TX
Kenneth Fisher
Kenneth Fisher
I work as a SQL Server Administrator near Dallas Texas. I started working with databases over 20 years ago now. Back in the day, when the world was young, I started out working with Foxpro for DOS. It’s been awhile though, so I’m afraid I can barely spell “Foxpro” anymore. I’ve been working in SQL Server for over 15 years now with a fairly even split between administration and development.

This blog is to share some of the interesting bits and pieces I’ve either learned over the years or that I’m just now learning. If anyone has any suggestions for me to write about or questions about what I’ve already written I would love to hear them. I can almost always be found hanging out on twitter so stop by and say hi!

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David Klee

Contributor
Portland, ME

David Klee

David is a technologist that is lucky enough to have created a job doing that which he enjoys – working in high technology, using cutting edge technology to make businesses more efficient. He is the Founder and Chief Architect of Heraflux Technologies, and travels around the country working with companies on the convergence of data and infrastructure.

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Ed Watson

Contributor
Atlanta, GA
Ed Watson (SQLGator)
Ed Watson (SQLGator)
Like most children, SQLGator was born at an early age.  After a year of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Florida, SQLGator decided to change his career path to Computer Science.  SQLGator has worked in the Information Technology field for over twenty years.  He started programming in Pascal and Object Pascal with Borland Delphi.  He then worked as a Progress Programmer, Database Administrator and Consultant.  At various stages of his career he has programmed in Microsoft Visual Basic and Access.  Throughout the years of programming he has built and designed databases using Progress RDBMS, MySQL and SQL Server.

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Nic Cain

Contributor
WA
SirSQL
SirSQL
Hello, my name’s Nicholas Cain (not a lot of people know that).

Since the turn of the millennia, I’ve been working as a SQL Server DBA. I got my start going through a 7.0 to 2000 upgrade and have worked with those editions up to the latest versions in critical highly available production environments. This work allowed me to get enough knowledge to gain the MCM SQL Server certification.

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