I wanted to apologize to you. I haven’t been keeping up with the blog well at all over the last couple of months. I have simply been struggling with motivation. I have enough for my work commitments, but extra-curricular stuff has just been lagging. So, please allow me to say I’m sorry for not getting more sharing out there.
Next, I’m making a commitment to you that I will be posting regularly again from this point forward. As a part of that, I’d sure love to hear from you on what kind of content you’d like to see. Do we need more on execution plans, or on SQL Server fundamentals? Would a bunch of stuff on Extended Events or Query Store be more interesting? How much DevOps stuff would you like to see here? Anything goes, just let me know in the comments.
While 99% of the lack of posts has been just due to my inability to self-motivate, the virtual nature of conferences these days has lead to radically less interaction. Meaning, I’m not getting the questions that so frequently drive my blogging. So, in addition to any feedback you have, I do have another small request. When you attend a virtual conference, regardless of who is presenting, toss the presenter a bone. Ask a question.
Right. Enough of that stuff. Off to work on real blog posts again.