As I do every month, I attended the Central Ohio .Net Developer Group (CONDG). Last night, Jeremiah Peschka of HMB gave a presentation that covered a topic that really pertains to every developer when creating a system. That topic is data interaction. Jeremiah spent some time talking about data storage and then focused on some data access strategies. The talk was titled “From Tables to Objects” I encourage you to check out the resources he’s pointed out online. If you have a chance to see him give this talk in the future, you should try.
Jeremiah has been working in the IT field since 2001 in a variety of roles as a UNIX system administrator, software developer/engineer/architect, and now database developer/DBA.
Outside of work, he is the group leader for CBusPASS, the local PASS chapter. he also works within the PASS organization as the organizer of the Application Development Virtual Chapter and he helps out however else he can. When he’s not volunteering his time to the community, he can be found writing blog posts, content for SQL Server Pedia, creating presentations, or learning more about information — how people find, use, store, and retrieve it. Ultimately, software is just a way to get data faster, apply meaning to data, and transform the data into information.