About Me

My name is Jorge Segarra, but I’m also known in the SQL Server world as SQLChicken. I’m a (former) SQL Server MVP living and working in Tampa, Florida. I was formerly a Sr. Data Platform consultant for Pragmatic Works and now I’m with Microsoft as a Sr. Consultant in the Premier Support for Developers group. I live with my beautiful wife, twin baby girls, dog and three cats. In addition to being a member of the Tampa SQL Server User Group I’m also a former PASS Regional Mentor for the U.S. Greater Southeast region, blogger and frequent presenter at events like SQLSaturday and PASS Summit. I have also co-authored the books from Apress “Pro SQL Server 2008 Policy-Based Management“, as well as “Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Bible” from Wrox-Wiley and contributed on a few other titles as well.


You can keep up with my presentations at my Speakerrate page http://speakerrate.com/sqlchicken


You can see listing of all books I’ve authored on at Amazon


You can email me at jorge@sqlchicken.com or find me on http://twitter.com/sqlchicken

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  1. […] Jorge Segarra (@SQLChicken) has put together an idea to have on-line basic lessons on SQL Server called SQL University. The idea is to present two to three lessons each week in a somewhat academic manner, one that will hopefully encourage learning. It is targeted at the new or "accidental" SQL Server DBA. In this endeavor he has asked around for others in the community to pitch in and help. I've volunteered to take on Security Week (sounds like Shark Week, a nod to my friend and fellow SQL Server MVP, Frank Kalis, who loves sharks). […]

  2. […] admin on Oct.16, 2009, under Education, SQLServerPedia Syndication Jorge Segarra is onto something pretty cool. Head on over to SQL University and check it out. I’m going to […]

  3. […] those giants I told you about? The ones whose shoulders I’m standing on? Jorge Segarra (aka SQL Chicken) is one of those guys. He came up with the idea of SQL Server University. A great home base for […]

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