Come learn seven quick tips that will make you a better SQL developer in this episode of Data Exposed: MVP Edition with Anna Hoffman and Ike Ellis. Whether you use SSMS or Azure Data Studio, you will find value in this session. In seven minutes, you'll learn tips to be a more productive developer.
Ike Ellis is the General Manager of the Data + AI practice at Solliance. He leads a team of data engineers, data scientists, data architects, and data analysts. He’s been a Microsoft MVP since 2011. He co-leads the Data Engineering – San Diego Meetup and the San Diego Power BI User Group. He’s spoken at PASS Summit, SQL Bits, SQL in the City, TechEd, and the Microsoft Azure + AI Conference. Ike is a data professional who enjoys learning, teaching, and implementing a wide variety of data solutions. Follow him on Twitter and catch his YouTube videos.
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