DavidDyesmaller     David retired as a Sergeant with the Cape Coral Police Department after 22 years of service.  His final 10 years of duty were as a database administrator and developer in the Administrative Services Division. He began his career with the police department in 1990 in the patrol division and worked various assignments until being promoted to Sergeant in 1998. Based on his education and experience David was assigned to Administrative Services in 2002 and was responsible for database administration, software integration, and development for public safety. David’s primary focus and expertise is with SQL Server, reporting services, integration services, and analysis services, and he was recognized for his work by SQL Server Magazine as “Innovator of the Year” runner up in 2007. David is an MCITP for SQL Server 2005 and 2008 in both database administration and business intelligence and is a Microsoft Certified Trainer. He regularly posts on the MSDN SQL Server forums where he also serves as a moderator, and is a contributor at SQLCLR.net. In addition to his knowledge of SQL Server David works as a software developer using VB.net and C# and has worked extensively in SharePoint development.

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  1. ReplyVanessa

    David, please email me the sql code you used in last Saturday's presentation.

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