If you're reading this, you are probably a decent person. You shouldn't read this thinking that you will be putting yourself in danger if you attend a tech event. I can tell you that I normally feel pretty safe at these events and you can read my story here and I've talked about it publicly since I… Continue reading Open Source Decency Charter Proposal for Dealing with Harassment at Technical Events
I've listed out some of my key speaking engagements for 2017. I am sure that I've done more events but this is a good start - often I am so busy that I drop things very quickly after I've ticked the box and done it. I've noted that I'm speaking to larger audiences over the… Continue reading Roundup of 2017 Presentations, and what’s next for 2018?
This post is part of TSQL Tuesday, a monthly blog party. This month’s topic is “Folks Who Have Made a Difference”, by Ewald Cress. Here is my first TSQL Tuesday in a long time - way too long, actually. Diversity is so important to me; tech community is a place for people to grow and there are plenty… Continue reading #TSQL2SDAY 96 – Folks Who Have Made a Difference
Here are the slides for my session in Dubai, on HR and Digital Transformation. I talked a little about Excel, Power BI, SQL Server and Oracle, as well as some of the new ways in which Artificial Intelligence could help HR. I decided I would try and show courtesy to my hosts by wearing a… Continue reading HR and Digital Transformation session in Dubai