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As mentioned in that earlier post, Rob took the MCM exams recently. Well, he passed! He now joins a very select few people in the world to be both Microsoft Certified Master, Microsoft Certified Trainer and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional. This makes him and LobsterPot an even better fit for your SQL Server projects.
You won’t find Adelaide’s Academy IT on a list of places you can sit the Microsoft Certified Master exams yet (maybe one day). However, if you choose the remote option for the MCM Lab exam, they can probably help. Academy IT do training, with easily the best training centre in Adelaide…
Replication can be a tricky thing for people to get their heads around. At LobsterPot Solutions we’re asked about it on a regular basis. Luckily, our own Rob Farley has put a post together about it, which has been cross posted here.
Every month, PASS awards someone in the global SQL community their Outstanding Volunteer award. In September, it was LobsterPot Solutions’ Roger Noble! Roger wrote about it on his blog, so head over to there and read it. Obviously here at LobsterPot we’re very proud of him, having seen how much effort he puts in, running [...]
It goes without saying that LobsterPot Solutions is a great supporter of the SQL Server community, and PASS in particular. I thought it would be good to look at how each of the LobsterPot staff is going to be involved at the upcoming PASS Summit.
Microsoft have introduced some new certifications for SQL Server 2012. Instead of Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist and IT Professional, they have moved to Solutions Associate and Solutions Expert with a new set of exams. All the LobsterPot consultants sat some of the new exams in beta, and all of us are now certified in SQL [...]
In May, I’ll be in the US. I have board meetings for PASS at the SQLRally event in Dallas, and then I’m going to be spending a bit of time in Chicago. The big news is that while I’m in Chicago (May 14-16), I’m going to teach my “Advanced T-SQL Querying and Reporting: Building Effectiveness” [...]
LobsterPot Solutions is a company that is fully dedicated to supporting the SQL Server community.
I’m sure Americans understand the joke that is the “World Series” of baseball. Everyone else rolls their eyes and knows that this ‘world’ means North America.
The annual PASS Summit in North America is the largest SQL Server event in the world. There is no other event on its scale anywhere. So it is with great honour that LobsterPot’s Rob Farley will be delivering a pre-conference seminar at the 2011 event, held in Seattle from October 11-14.