Goodbye Pragmatic Works. Hello Pragmatic Works!

I wanted to share a new phase in my life. After a little over three and a half awesome years, October 10th will be my last day as a consult with Pragmatic Works. Beginning October 13th I will be going to work for… Pragmatic Works! (Confused? Hey you should be me.)

Most people don’t realize this, but Pragmatic Works is technically two companies in one. We have a consulting division, where I have worked for the last three and a half wonderful years. Beginning October 13th I will transition to working for the software division in the role of Product Evangelist.

In this role I will be spreading the word about our tools, as well as supplying additional training on our entire suite. You can begin to expect more posts from me that focus on our various tools, which include BIxPress, Task Factory, DOCxPress, and DBAxPress. I’ll still be in the community, perhaps even more so, giving people the opportunity to learn more about SQL Server in general, our tools and services in particular.

If you are going to the PASS Summit, be sure to look me up. I’m copresenting a precon titled Zero to Hero with PowerShell and SQL Server, as well as doing a regular session Make SQL Server Pop with PowerShell. I’ll also be spending a lot of time at the Pragmatic Works booth doing demos and the like. Would love to meet you, talk about your challenges around BI development, and how we could work to get many of them resolved.

So, Goodbye Pragmatic Works. Hello Pragmatic Works!

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One Response to “Goodbye Pragmatic Works. Hello Pragmatic Works!”

  1. sqlbischmidt Says:

    Congrats Robert! I’m sure you’ll be great in your new role!


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