You’ve been working with SQL Server for a couple of years now, and you’ve managed to find your way to some good blogs. You usually Google your way out of problems as they arise, and you know there’s a ton of really cool free DBA learning resources out on the web. You just don’t know where to begin.
There’s so many blog posts, webcasts, podcasts, and e-books, but they’re not in any kind of order, and they’re not curated. It takes a long time to stumble through all the bad stuff just to find one vaguely interesting one that’s also somewhat accurate.
I’ve got the solution: a series of weekly emails organized into an Accidental DBA Training Plan.
We use Ozar’s Hierarchy of Database Needs, starting at the bottom with backups, and work our way up to future-proofing. After six months of lessons using some of the best resources around the web, you’ll feel confident using the term “DBA” in your job title.
Let’s get started: