We have two board positions open. Please review the candidates and vote for your choice to join the board.
The candidates all have been long-time members of DenverSQL and/or PASS. They are listed below in alphabetical order by first name.
Cast your vote here.
I started down the DBA trail about 10 years ago and was a software developer for about 10 years before that. I started off as an accidental DBA, but become more intentional through a series of boot camps put on, for free, by a SQL Server MVP. That MVP gave us a gift, provided an incredible boost to my career, and made me realize that I could be a DBA. It would involve a lot of learning and practice, but I knew there were plenty of other folks willing to help, and lots of learning resources on the web.
Since going through those boot camps, I’ve wanted to do something to pay forward the gift I was given.
Jeremy Marx, with 14 years’ experience on the Microsoft Data Platform, is a Senior Consultant for RevGen Partners in Denver. He began as an ‘accidental’ DBA, discovered he enjoyed database development, and now focuses on analytics and ETL, currently working on his Azure Data Engineering certification.
Jeremy was the President of the Tulsa SQL Server user group for 7 years, has spoken at and helped organize SQL Saturdays, and has volunteered on the Program Committee for PASS Summit. He has a passion for all things data, for sharing his knowledge and connecting with others.
Member of Denver SQL Users Group for over 8 years. President of the Performance Virtual Group with PASS.org. Currently a Data/BI Architect with a passion to learn, share, and teach in the SQL space.
Data Architect, DBA, software engineer, with 25 years of experience. Fell in love with SQL Server in v7.0. Happy to participate in the Denver SSUG. Community is key.