SQL Server Pro in 2015: New Ideas, Directions, Voices

SQL Server Pro in 2015: New Ideas, Directions, Voices

Find out how you can contribute to making SQL Server Pro even better in 2015.

We're ready to take SQL Server Pro to the next level and we're calling on you for suggestions.  

Like you, we're changing to keep up with the profound transformation underway in the information technology industry.  This year we'll continue to provide comprehensive coverage of SQL Server news, commentary, and expert how-to content. But we also want to shake things up a bit and try some new ideas. 

That's why we’d like to hear from you with fresh feedback for expanding our coverage and community reach, leveraging your expertise, new features, events and online learning. You're using SQL Server every day to build mission critical solutions, Big Data solutions and more.  

We're kicking the year off with a new series by Mike Otey that started this week exploring the essential features in Microsoft's SQL Server 2014 release. You'll also see some new voices on SQL Server Pro too, including Debra Donston-Miller's, a seasoned tech journalist and editor since 1990. Donston-Miller has served in several leadership positions for media organizations including Director of Audience Recruitment and Development, Editor of eWEEK and Executive Editor of eWEEK Labs at Ziff Davis Enterprise. She's contributing to the site, working with expert contributors and recruiting people like you for the Idea Xchange to build community.

There are lots of ways for you to contribute to the SQL Server Pro. Participate in the conversations around the big topics of the day. Tell us what you'd like to see us cover in the months ahead. Interested in teaching an online learning class or at one of our conferences? Let us know. Email me at [email protected] or Deb at [email protected] 

Marcia Parker, Executive Director, Penton Technology


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