I’m Bob Pusateri, Database Administrator for the Northwestern University Medical Enterprise Data Warehouse in Chicago. Prior to this, I spent a few years as a DBA and application developer in the financial analysis and electronic trading fields.
And if you’re curious, no, I’ve never seen the movie.
What I do for fun
I do lots of work with SQL Server! I love what I do, so work really is fun for me. Outside of the office you’ll probably find me out and about with my trusty Nikon, working around the house, or just spending quality time with my lovely wife, Michelle. I’m a member of both the Chicago and Chicago Suburban chapters of PASS, and I enjoy speaking at user group meetings and events like SQL Saturday whenever I get the chance.
What I’m certified in
I currently hold the following certifications:
Microsoft Certified Master (MCM): SQL Server
Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE): Data Platform
What I studied
I have a MS in Computer Science with a concentration in database systems from DePaul University. Before that, I earned my BS in Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where I spent the best five years of my life. (I-L-L!)
What to do to contact me
- Your best bet is to email me at bob at bobpusateri dot com
- I also tweet at @SQLBob
What about disclaimers and copyrights?
They’re a necessity, but I do my best to keep them short and sweet. Here goes!
Contrary to popular belief, this does give you the right to copy, but only under certain circumstances. My blog is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. This means:
- You’re free to copy, distribute, and transmit my work.
- You must attribute my work in the manner specified by me (but not in any way that suggests that I endorse you or your use of my work).
- You may not use my work for commercial purposes without my express written permission.
- You may not alter, transform, or build upon my work without my express written permission.
I would like to add that the wording above was borrowed from Brent Ozar.