Archive for the ‘User Groups’ Category

Steel City SQL Users Group–March 18, 2014– @SteelCitySQL

Next Tuesday, I’m loading up Big Blue, and driving over to Birmingham to present at the Steel City SQL Users Group.  I’ll be talking about the Agile DBA.  Should be fun! http://www.steelcitysql.org/ Featured Presentation The Agile DBA: Managing your To-Do List Speaker: Stuart Ainsworth Summary: Agile development is all the rage, but how do the […]

March 14, 2014 · stuart · No Comments
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Back in the saddle….

It’s been a while since I’ve last posted anything; I blame it on a strange blend of workaholism and laziness. However, before I drifted off to sleep tonight, I did want to mention that I would be presenting a topic at SQL Saturday 167 in Columbus, GA on September 9.  On September 11, in Columbia, […]

August 30, 2012 · stuart · No Comments
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Presenting at Greenville SSIG on Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Just a quick note: I’m presenting next Tuesday at the Greenville SSIG. Kind of a last minute deal, I’m still writing the presentation in fact. Details below: Please register at http://ssig201203.eventbrite.com/ . If you forget to register, and want to come to the meeting, please do. 6:00 – 6:30 Food and Networking Sponsored by FGP […]

March 2, 2012 · stuart · No Comments
Posted in: Education, SQLServerPedia Syndication, User Groups

Upcoming presentations…

So, if you’ve been wondering where I’ve been, the answer is “too frikkin’ busy to write”.  Settling in to a new marriage, changes at my job(s), and volunteer work have been a little more  time-consuming than I originally planned.  I’m hoping that’s gonna change in the near future, cause I’ve some great ideas for posts […]

September 10, 2011 · stuart · No Comments
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Upcoming presentations

Just a quick note about some upcoming presentations: I’ll be presenting “The Social DBA: Resources for Career Building”  at SQL Saturday 51 in Nashville, TN on August 21.  Also, on September  21, I’ll be presenting on Red Gate’s SQL Source Control at the Columbus, GA SQL Server Users Group.

July 30, 2010 · stuart · No Comments
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Speaking at Atlanta.MDF on Monday, June 14

Quick  note:  I’ll be presenting my thoughts on XML and relational design at next week’s meeting of AtlantaMDF.  If you’re in the area, please come join us for free pizza and education. http://atlantamdf.com You Got XML In My Database? What’s Up With That?

June 9, 2010 · stuart · No Comments
Posted in: SQL, SQLServerPedia Syndication, User Groups, XML

Wrapup: Columbus, GA SQL Server User Group, August 25, 2009

Tuesday, I drove to Columbus,GA to speak at the Columbus GA SQL Server User Group; I had first met Ken Simmons at the Birmingham SQL Saturday, and had promised him that I would drive down there to present.  Ken’s done a great job of organizing a PASS chapter in a small-town setting; Columbus doesn’t have […]

August 29, 2009 · stuart · No Comments
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Columbus, GA SQL Server Users Group – August 25th

Just confirmed today with Ken Simmons that I’ll be presenting at the Columbus GA SQL Server Users Group on August 25th at 6 pm at the Columbus Public library; if you’re in mid-west Georgia (and a data geek), come join us, and stop by and say “hi!” I’ll be re-hashing a talk I gave at […]

August 2, 2009 · stuart · No Comments
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AtlantaMDF meeting 2009-01-12

Wanted to drop a quick post wrapping up tonight’s usergroup meeting for AtlantaMDF.  Tonight was the first chance I’ve had to pitch SQLSaturday #13 to a larger audience, and I got a lot of positive feedback.  I had several people volunteer to help, and even had two or three people volunteer to present (not including […]

January 13, 2009 · stuart · One Comment
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