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SQL FRIDAY #33 – Geovanny Hernandez on ‘First Steps to Go Ahead with SQL Server on Linux’
The Every beginning is difficult, but adopting the right strategy can mark the difference. In this session, I am going to share some of the most valuable lessons learned in my journey through the use of Linux as a platform together with MS SQL Server.
In this session, I will be explaining some fundamentals about Linux and subjects ranging from permissions to basic bash shell scripting and how we can use to maximize some routines and tasks on MS SQL Server, including the installation and configuration and practical examples and good practices for own mental health.
About Geovanny Hernandez
Geovanny Hernandez is a Senior Database Engineer and Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and MCSE with more than fourteen years of experience in software development, passionate for performance tuning in MS SQL Server, Unit Testing, Python and Databases technologies.
In addition, Geovanny collaborates with MS SQL Server community as a speaker on different sessions for PASS Malaga (Spain chapter) and virtual events for students and professionals in Universities from Nicaragua (Central America) and international events as SQLBits and SQLSaturdays.