Yes, I like to blog, maybe slightly more on Azure than SQL Server. I enjoy it and it probably explains why I do about 70 posts a year. I am happy for every single reader even though my numbers are not elite I see growth and this is what motivates me to write during those late nights.
What? Is probably the most common reply out there and if it is then that is how I felt when I read the message early Thursday morning.
My ultimate goal in my professional life was to work for Microsoft, you can read about my failed attempt here https://blobeater.blog/2016/09/29/my-application-to-microsoft/ but since then I decided to put a lot of my energy into work outside of my day to day job.
I have a passion for Microsoft Azure and SQL Server technology. I am a frequent writer where my articles have been published on SQL Server Central and Microsoft TechNet. During 2017 I worked with the Microsoft SQL Server product team on testing the vNext adaptive query processing feature and other Azure product groups. I am also a member of Microsoft’s Azure Advisors and SQL Advisors groups, as well as a Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert on the Data Platform.
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This idea basically started from Andy Bek’s TSQL Tuesday last year #84 growing new speakers (https://sqlbek.wordpress.com/2016/10/25/t-sql-tuesday-84-growing-new-speakers/ – thanks Andy) and I have decided to share my experiences about what was going on in my head for when I was prepping for my first presentation for my local user group.