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As an independent consultant with 20 years of experience, clients bring Rick in when they need a seasoned database professional; to first understand their business problem, and then provide the best data storage solution possible.
He has 15+ years of experience doing logical and physical data modeling. His Development DBA background helps him quickly construct the database objects and tune performance as necessary. As a Business Intelligence Developer, he often creates SSIS packages for ETL processing, and SSRS reports for business analysis.
Dave is a Development DBA with over 10 years of experience with SQL Server and development technologies, specializing in Business Intelligence and ingenious solutions. Dave has also been an Adjunct Professor at Metropolitan State University for the past 10 years educating students in Database Management and Application Development.
Dave started giving back to the SQL community a few years ago by presenting at Local PASS Chapters, SQL Saturday Events, and blogging at IngeniousSQL.com
Paul Timmerman is a Microsoft SQL Server MVP and the Lead SQL Server DBA at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Paul has over thirteen years of experience in database administration and is a past Chapter Leader of the Minnesota SQL Server User Group, PASSMN.
Paul is an active member of the PASS community and routinely speaks at user group meetings and SQL Saturday conferences.
Jim is currently the Database Systems Manager for a large scale educational assessment corporation. He has been working with technology for over 20 years and specifically with Microsoft SQL Server since version 6.5.
He has decided to start giving back to the community that has provided him with so much information in the past.
Riley is an Enterprise Architect at Manna Freight Systems, Inc., of Mendota Heights, MN. He’s been in the trenches with SQL Server for 14 years, focusing mostly on development and architecture. Riley cut his teeth on SQL Server 7, but has been on a syntactical sugar high since SQL Server 2005.
He’s written or architected over a half million lines of SQL still in active use. Riley is particularly grateful that technology has saved him from having to use his law degree.
Jennifer is a database engineer with over 9 years of experience in the SQL Server realm starting with version 2000. She enjoys performance tuning, design, development, and administration. Her most recent endeavor has her learning PowerShell and coming up with database solutions that compliment complex business needs.
In the past few years, she has helped out at SQL Saturdays and was Director of Corporate Development for the PassMN board in 2014. She has been involved in Women In Technology events for the past 2 years and even tried her hand at presenting at a SQLSaturday which she hopes to do more of.
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