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The Rambling DBA: Jonathan Kehayias

The random ramblings and rantings of frazzled SQL Server DBA

Times they are a changing…

If you follow me on twitter (@SQLSarg), you already know that this has been a week of big announcements for me. Wednesday afternoon Paul Randal (Blog|Twitter) announced that I joined as a full time employee, and Thursday afternoon, Joe Sack (Blog|Twitter) announced that I passed the Microsoft Certified Masters for SQL Server 2008. As a part of my transition to working for full time, I will be changing blogs over to the site. You can read about my experience taking the MCM Exams on my first blog post Reflecting on the MCM Exam Experience.

It has been a ton of fun blogging on SQLBlog the last few years, and I have asked Adam to leave the content I published here available to the community. I look forward to what the future holds and to all the fun I’m going to have working with

If you haven’t already, make sure to update your RSS Reader to include my new feed.

-- See you on the playground!

Published Friday, February 25, 2011 2:23 PM by Jonathan Kehayias
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Bender said:

Don't forget to put a link up to your new blog rss.  It isn't listed on sqlskills as of yet.  I'd hate to miss out on a post.


February 25, 2011 3:03 PM

Alejandro Mesa said:


Good luck in your new job, and congratulations on the certification.

Well done.



February 25, 2011 3:10 PM

Lee Everest said:

Congrats and good luck. I know that you'll knock 'em dead at SQLSkills!

March 4, 2011 2:07 PM

Madhu Nair said:

Congrats and all the best Jon... its an ultimate combination you and paul… :) … Hope to see lot more technical stuff from you. Are you also getting involved in training?

BTB… who is the replacement for you in the current organization? They must had tough time to find a replacement :)

All the best once again …

March 9, 2011 4:18 AM
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