Tuesday, March 26, 2013
- Aaron Bertrand, Sr. Consultant, SQL Sentry, Inc. [blog | twitter]
- Andrew J. Kelly, Mentor, SolidQ [blog | twitter]
- Bob Ward, Principal Architect Escalation Engineer, Microsoft [blog | twitter]
- Brent Ozar, Brent Ozar Unlimited [blog | twitter]
- Conor Cunningham, Principal Architect, SQL Server, Microsoft [blog]
- Grant Fritchey, Product Evangelist, Red Gate Software [blog | twitter]
- Jeremiah Peschka, Brent Ozar Unlimited [blog | twitter]
- Joseph Sack, Principal Consultant, SQLskills.com [blog | twitter]
- Kendra Little, Managing Director, Brent Ozar Unlimited [blog | twitter]
- Kevin Kline, Director of Engineering Services, SQL Sentry, Inc. [blog | twitter]
- Kimberly L. Tripp, President/Founder, SQLskills.com [blog | twitter]
- Mat Young, Senior Director of Products, Fusion-io [blog | twitter]
- Paul S. Randal, CEO / Owner, SQLskills.com [blog | twitter]
- Paul White, SQL Kiwi Limited [blog | twitter]
- Steve Jones, Editor, SQLServerCentral.com [blog | twitter]
- Sumeet Bansal, Principal Solutions Architect, Fusion-io [blog | twitter]
Continued Work Pays Off in the Leadership Space
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Little Em Sings Twinkle
It's old, but kind'a funny. She's so big now. But it's fun to see her when she was itty bitty. ^_^
Tuesday, February 05, 2013
Vegas in October 2012
The beautiful fountains of the Bellagio.
From left to right, Aaron Bertrand, me, and Peter Shire.
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Katie is growing up too fast
Monday, October 08, 2012
SQLCruising & Josie
This spring, the cruise went to Alaska.
I was lucky enough to have some extra room on the Alaska cruise. I gave my mom the open bunk.
There were great people with whom we shared the cruise, like my friend Mala.
And some beautiful views, such as the Mendenhall Glacier (behind me).
My favorite place on this cruise was the beautiful city of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
I'll be doing another cruise next spring with the awesome team at SQLCruise.com. I get to bring Rachel this time - to the Caribbean islands!
Sunday, October 07, 2012
Katie was so Tiny in 2008
Thursday, October 04, 2012
The campus was delightful. Sam's girlfriend, Stephanie, was also a real gem.
He's hard to see, but Sam is directly in front of the "Depauw University" banner on the left.
Sam graduated with a 4.0 average and went on to win a Fullbright Fellowship to study archaeology and Spanish in Mexico at the site of some ancient Mayan ruins. Kudos to you, Sam!
Monday, October 01, 2012
Summer in FL
Friday, September 28, 2012
Giant Wood Beetle
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Speaking in NYC
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
The First Football Game of the Season
Kaylee is marching in the band, playing trombone. Savannah is hard at work on the color guard. And when I say "hard at work", I mean spending every available second on it.
Anna is enamored with mustaches these days. Although I must say she looks quite dashing with her Italio-American follicles in full display.
We also took in a trip to Radnor Lake, a beautiful nature preserve in our area.
Beaver strike! We could find any of their dams, but they were definitely hard at work chewing down trees.
The elusive katie-did was prowling the forest as well.
Monday, September 10, 2012
Happy Anniversary, Rachel!
In 2008, we said "I do". Still going strong! At the point that this picture was taken, we were saying "I can't ... eat another bite". I definitely recommend the Melting Pot for a quiet, romantic meal. It's one of our favorite spots.
Thursday, September 06, 2012
Em gets engaged!
Emily got engaged!
Labels: Emily Kline
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
60 Years of American Economic History, Told in 1 Graph
A very interesting news story accompanies this graph - CLICK HERE to read it.