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Chris Barba, Senior Developer Analyst, Cimarex Energy
Chris Barba has been in IT over 10 years. Working in areas from support to new development (mostly web), Chris has performed a number of roles, from sys admin to programmer to tech lead. He's currently a developer at Cimarex Energy in downtown Tulsa.
Chris first worked with SQL Server 6.5, "back when 100k rows in a table meant something (like slow performance)."
Chris is eager to open up his SQL Server toolbox for the Tulsa SQL community: "I'm not a SQL expert, but I enjoy sharing my experiences with others."
Tools for your SQL Server toolbox
At some point in most developers' travels, the opportunity arises to support databases you didn?t create (or don?t remember creating).
Ever have the need to know which stored procedures are updating a specific field? Or would you like to know when the last time your database was restored? How about tracking changes to DB objects?
Developer Chris Barba aims to add some tools to your SQL Server toolbox that will help in different support/development scenarios. Developers, DBA's, analysts -- any IT professional who interacts with SQL Server will benefit from what he has to share.