09 March 2013

SQLBeat Podcast – Episode 9 – Spider Monkey Spiders and Two SQL Nuts

Shawn.jpg When you’ve known someone as long as I have known Shawn McGehee, you have a tendency when conversing to finish one another’s sentences, to read ahead and know where each other is going in the conversation. This did not happen once in this hard won podcast. This was literally 8 months and 6 years in the making. Of course it only took 29 or so minutes to complete, with a light editing and cutting out the BORING bits. Shawn talks about Shawn and me and I talk about Shawn and me and we talk about Chinese nuts and SQL backups. It should be a lot of fun. Should be. And is. And a heartfelt apology for the hiatus. I am back – @SQLBeat. By the way, the Spider Money Spider title is a term that Shawn and I came up with to describe a spider that looked like a spider monkey. We don’t talk about it at all herein, but it is my homage to my friend, Shawn.

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Karla has spent the past 10 years working for HealthWare Corporation, a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner that specializes in IT solutions for the healthcare industry. Her role started out in software sales, and over the years has evolved into heading up the support department, to include overseeing implementations, tier 2 support, and is the lead trainer on the software. Karla's current passion is focusing on community efforts surrounding IT, and in doing so, working to expand her own SQL knowledge.

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