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Congratulations to Double SQL Server MCM Benjamin Wright-Jones

Congratulations to Double SQL Server MCM Benjamin Wright-Jones

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Please join me in congratulating Benjamin Wright-Jones (blog|@superlatch) who became a double SQL Server MCM this past week. Benjamin is already an MCM in SQL Server 2005, and now he is now an MCM in SQL
Server 2008 as well. Here is a brief bio of him:

Ben has worked at Microsoft (UK) for nine years specialising in data solutions; specifically large relational databases, high availability, performance tuning, benchmarking and scalability. Prior to Microsoft, he worked at various services and ISV companies using SQL Server 6.5 and onwards.  More recently, Ben has started to focus on business intelligence solutions using Microsoft technologies (using Integration Services, Analysis Services, Reporting Services, Performance Point and even ProClarity!).  With Denali on the horizon, Ben is focusing on workshops for customers and partners to demonstrate some of the new capabilities and is engaged with early adopters so hopefully lessons learned will appear soon.  Ben is half way through a two year post graduate degree in Business Intelligence which focuses on the Microsoft and Teradata platforms; he is enjoying every minute of it but consequently he is now spending evenings working on assignments and reading papers.  He likes to stay in touch with the communities and has recently presented for the British Computer Society, demonstrating real-world application of SQL Server for mission critical solutions.  Ben was originally on the Masters beta rotation and he testifies that it was one of the most intensive but valuable experiences of his career.   Outside of work, Ben likes to travel, read (non-fiction), play football (soccer) and support Aston Villa.

Benjamin blogs at http://blogs.msdn.com/benjones and can be found on Twitter at http://twitter.com/superlatch.

 

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  • Actually, really wanna study it at Hong Kong Asia, but it seems that it is not available at here right now!

    And I am thinking it can have some trial classes before in Hong Kong

    So that just like CCIE, we all know can try and test to attend this lessons and classes~~~

    Still congratulation to Benjamin~~~

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