I’m writing this post from Schiphol airport. I’m about to board a plane to London where I will attend the Immersion Event on Performance Tuning. At this moment I feel very lucky to be able to attend this event. Hopefully after the event I will be able to share some of the knowledge on my blog. For now I will just mention the “SQLSkills Free Online Training”. If you have not heard about this before, you will be very happy about this post. The “SQLSkills Free Online Training” is as stated on the SQLSkills website “40 hours of online training geared towards studying for the SQL Server 2008 MCM certification”. You don’t need to be a SQL expert to watch the videos (I have been watching some of them, so that says enough :-)). Check this link to find the videos, believe me you will thank me for this. It is REALLY worth it!
SQLSkills Free Online Training
I was born in Barranquilla, Colombia in 1975. When I was 17 I moved to Curacao where I lived 10 years and then move to The Hague, The Netherlands. I speak 4 languages (Dutch, English, Papiamento and Spanish). I'm a Systems Engineer graduated from The Hague University (http://www.thehagueuniversity.com/). I have been working in IT for over 15 years. Since November 2014 I started www.cenlinea.com a webportal were the focus is to make learning more fun. At Cenlinea we are currently promoting PLAYDIOM a new methodology to learn English. While currently working part-time time at Cenlinea, I am also working as Senior Princiapal Consultant at www.ccgroep.com which helps me to keep up to date with Microsoft SQL Server, which I consider to be one of my favorite things in life as it has changed my life in many ways. I hope you enjoy my blog and if you want to send a question, just drop me a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com View all posts by isalom
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How was it? in london?
London was amazing! I will post more about it soon. If you have the chance I will really recommend you to attend to one of the Immersion Events from SQLSKILLS.