Killa DBA will
*Perform tech related songs at your I.T. event!
*Write an I.T. jingle/or song for your product or company!
*Create a song for your website, commercial, presentation and more!
🌟 Celebrate 30 Years of SQL Server on Windows! 🌟
🎵 Dive into the rhythmic waves of history with a unique rap song, exploring the evolution of Microsoft SQL Server over the last three decades! From its humble beginnings to becoming a cornerstone of database management, I’m taking you on a lyrical journey through the milestones and breakthroughs of SQL Server.
⏳ Why This Rap? Why Now? 2023 marks a monumental 30-year milestone since SQL Server first revolutionized data management on Windows NT. To commemorate this journey, I’ve blended a hip-hop beat with tech history, creating a musical time capsule that celebrates SQL Server’s legacy and impact.
🔍 What's in the Rap?
• The Birth of an Era: How SQL Server changed the database landscape in the early '90s.
• Major Milestones: Key releases and features that shaped SQL Server’s path.
• Evolution of Technology: From basic data management to complex analytics and cloud integration.
• The Community and Culture: A tribute to the developers, DBAs, and enthusiasts who've grown with SQL Server.
🚀 Join the SQL Celebration!
• Hit the play button and get ready for a blend of history, tech, and rhythm.
• Share your SQL Server memories in the comments.
• Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe for more tech-inspired musical journeys! 🔗 Useful Links:
• History of SQL Server
• SQL Server Central: 30 Years of SQL Server on Windows: https://www.sqlservercentral.com/edit...
• PASS Data Community Summit https://passdatacommunitysummit.com/
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🎶 Welcome to the Official Music Video for Killa DBA's song "Migration Tools - Microsoft Azure," a parody based on Steve Lacy's hit, "Bad Habit"! 🎶
🌟 About This Video: Embark on a melodious journey as we break down the complexities of Microsoft Azure Migration Tools! Wave goodbye to bad habits and embark on a seamless cloud migration journey with our humorous, yet enlightening parody song. This musical masterpiece is set to the rhythm of Steve Lacy's "Bad Habit," infusing humor, rhythm, and information on Azure Migration Tools.
🔗 Useful Links: Learn more about Microsoft Azure Migration Tools: https://tinyurl.com/ycxxycj6
Explore the original song by Steve Lacy - "Bad Habit": • Steve Lacy - Bad Habit (Official Video)
🔍 Key Highlights: Understanding Azure Migration Tools Making Migration Seamless and Efficient Ditch the ‘Bad Habits’ of Traditional Systems Embrace the Future with Azure
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Credits: Original Song: "Bad Habit" by Steve Lacy
Parody Lyrics by: KillaDBA
Performed by: Homer McEwen
Video Edited by: Homer McEwen
📌 Tags: #AzureMigrationTools #SteveLacy #BadHabitParody #CloudMigration #MicrosoftAzure #ParodySong #TechHumor
🙏 Thank You for Watching! Enjoyed the video? Hit the like button, subscribe, and share it with your network. Stay tuned for more tech-related parodies and informational content and drop your thoughts and questions in the comments below!
This video is a collection of pictures and videos that I took during the PASS Data Community Summit. It was an honor to open up for Kimberly Tripp and Paul Randall's keynote at PASS Data Community Summit 2022! I also performed at the Microsoft booth at the exhibit hall between presentations. Thank you Redgate and Microsoft for an awesome experience!
Wow! Wow and double wow! I had the opportunity to collaborate with Microsoft while creating a song about SQL Server 2022. I was contacted by Redgate's Annabel in July 2022, who arranged a meeting with Microsoft's architects and developers. They provided me with information on the new features of SQL Server 2022, which aided me in writing the lyrics. I was able to complete the song in time to perform it at the PASS Data Community Summit 2022. The code name for SQL Server 2022 is 'Dallas', named by Bob Ward, the Principal Architect, who hails from Texas. The song also features elements of the theme song from the 1970s TV series Dallas. Please take a listen and let me know your thoughts by subscribing and commenting.
Thank you PASS Data Community Summit, Redgate Software
Over 20 years as a DBA. I've created solutions to many issues. Wrote a song about it. Wanna hear it?