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Posted - 06/12/2013 :  17:02:55  Show Profile
Not long ago, my friend Ayman (DBA/BI developer at the American College of Cardiology in D.C.) and I were discussing the immense value for IT professionals when they observe and interact with their business.

Interestingly, Ayman had produced a blog series on the value he reaped from interacting with his business (watching open heart surgery) that we transformed into a seven page guide entitled 'How to Avoid a Database Heart Attack:

And while I think all SQL Server pros would really enjoy the content, I'd like to open a dialogue. How do you interact with the business at your firm and how has it helped you better perform in the IT department?

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