Karla Kay Remail

Karla has spent the past 10 years working for HealthWare Corporation, a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner that specializes in IT solutions for the healthcare industry. Her role started out in software sales, and over the years has evolved into heading up the support department, to include overseeing implementations, tier 2 support, and is the lead trainer on the software. Karla's current passion is focusing on community efforts surrounding IT, and in doing so, working to expand her own SQL knowledge.

26 November 2013
26 November 2013

SQLBeat Podcast Episode 12 – The Case of the Disappearing SQL – Rob Volk Talks Unicode Fun

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If you think listening to two DBAs talking about some interesting and funny SQL hacks is entertainment, especially if the conversation dances around what Rob calls Unicode P o r n, then you are in for an enlightening 30 something minutes. As usual there is some light hearted antics and a few spoken word links … Read more
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16 November 2012
16 November 2012

SQLBeat Podcast – Episode 7 – Niko Neugebauer, Linguist, SQL MVP and Hekaton Lover

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In this episode of the SQLBeat Podcast I steal Niko Neugebaur away from his guarded post at the PASS Community Zone at Summit 2012 in Seattle to chat with me about several intriguing topics. Mainly we discuss Hekaton and in memory databases, languages of all sorts, Microsoft’s direction, Reporting Services and Java. Or was that … Read more
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02 October 2012
02 October 2012

SQLBeat Podcast – Episode 5 – Kevin Kline Talks With Me About SQL, Professional Development and Book Writin’

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I thought I would be a ball of intimated nerves when Kevin gladly agreed to speak with me on the podcast this past weekend. After all, he is Kevin Kline of SQL in a Nutshell fame! As it turned out, we had a comfortable and enlightening conversation on Apple MacBooks (is that what they are … Read more
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29 June 2012
29 June 2012

SQLBeat Podcast – Episode 2 – Max Trinidad Sells PowerShell on the Puerto Rican Seashore

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In this episode, Max Trinidad, PowerShell MVP lets me bait him into predicting the future of computing and helps me understand a thing or two about cultural misconceptions around locked men’s restrooms at busy cantinas. We are in beautiful Puerto Rico for this podcast and in honor of that, I try my hand at Espanol. … Read more
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