On the 3rd show, we talk with Adi Cohenabout his way to being a Microsoft Certified Master of SQL Server, his work methodologies and his plans for the future in the USA. We also talk about SQL Server certifications in general, about Partitioning and about a tool DBAs use in the real world, although it’s not “appropriate”.
SQL Server Radio is a podcast for SQL Server DBAs, database developers, architects, system administrators, and anyone else who is interested in the SQL Server platform. The show is intended to add another platform of knowledge sharing to the already strong Israeli SQL Server community.
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Guy Glantser is the owner and CEO of Madeira – SQL Server Services. Guy spent his whole career working with SQL Server, leading development teams, supporting large-scale mission-critical production systems, and managing development and BI projects. Guy is also the leader of the Israeli SQL Server User Group, and he frequently speaks at conferences and events, such as Tech-Ed and SQL Explore. Today, with 15 years of hands-on experience, he is focusing on sharing his knowledge as part of the SQL Server community. Follow @guy_glantser
Matan Yungman is a SQL Server DBA at the Microsoft Protection Services operations team. Over the last few years he has taken part in various projects, focusing mainly on performance tuning, database development, high availability and database design. Matan is passionate about SQL Server, databases and technology in general. He likes to blog, speak, and since recently, podcast about SQL Server. Follow @MatanYungman