In episode 7 this week I’m joined by Jason Strate, architect with Pragmatic Works. Jason and I talk in this episode about some of the patterns that he has seen over the years as a consultant both from a technology perspective and from a business/internal politics perspective.
This week I’m joined by Mike Steineke VP of IT at EdgeNet. In this episode Mike and I discussed some of the new features of Windows 2012 including Windows and SQL Server clustering, Hyper-V v3 and more.
Yes there’s a little flub during the recording. Mike does say that Windows 2008 R2 Standard supports clustering which isn’t correct. SQL 2008 R2 Standard supports clustering, not Windows.
In this weeks episode I’m joined by Lara Rubbelke a product managed from Microsoft who works with the SQL Server customer experience team. On this episode we talked a little more about the NoSQL community and the various platforms which are available in the NoSQL world. Lara also reveals who one of her co-presenters at the SQL PASS Summit will be, so be sure to tune in to see who her co-presenter will be.
Mark joins me from Austin, Texas where he is a Technical Trainer for New Horizons (www.newhorizons.com). Mark is talking today about Visual Studio 2012, Windows 8, and some of the new techniques for programming .NET applications when you upgrade to Visual Studio 2012.
In episode 003 of People Talking Tech I’m joined by all 5 of the candidates for the SQL PASS board. These 5 guests (in no specific order) would be Allen Kinsel, Wendy Pastrick, James Rolland Jones, Sri Sridharan and Kendal Van Dyke. During this web casts we talk a little about PASS and what these 5 candidates would do if they were elected to the board.
If you are a member of the SQL PASS organization be sure to vote when voting opens. You’ll receive an email if you are eligible to vote.
Tim Ford joins me from Kalamazoo, MI in this episode, where he is a consultant at B-Side Consulting (www.b-sideconsulting.com) and owner of SQL Cruise (www.sqlcruise.com). Tim is chatting today with me about SQL Server 2012 and some really interesting SSIS and SSRS reporting that he’s put together which is based off of some work that Rodney Landrum published.