SQL Server Career: Gaining Experience

Learning Tree does not employ their instructors on a full time basis. Learning Tree instructors are brought in on an event by event basis to teach specific events in the technology or subject areas that they specialise. The rest of the time they will likely be working in a consulting, contracting or full time capacity […]
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Top 5 Free Tools for the Database Administrator

As an instructor with Learning Tree I’m often asked, especially when teaching  the 2108 SQL Server Database Administration class which free tools I recommend for tasks such as monitoring, running health checks and maintaining my SQL Server databases and servers. This is my list of the top 5 free tools that I use, you may […]
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SQL Server 2016: Cloud, Olympics and SQL Server

Welcome to the second leg of Learning Tree’s SQL Server newsletter. By the time you read this newsletter the Olympics in Rio will likely be in full swing. I’m a big sports fan and I like the Olympics. With the Olympics being the pinnacle of so many different sports all in a two-week long event […]
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SQL Server 2016: Keeping Up With the Latest Technology

Welcome to the first ever Learning Tree SQL Server Newsletter. Thank you for signing up. The purpose of this Newsletter is to keep you up-to-date with the latest news in the world of SQL Server. I hope you enjoy it. If you have any feedback on the newsletter, on how it can be improved or […]
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