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Ed Leighton-Dick is a SQL Server performance and architecture specialist with nearly 30 years of experience in development, database administration, and system administration. He specializes in the Microsoft data platform, including SQL Server, .Net, and Azure.
Ed enjoys attending industry events of all sizes, from local user groups and webinars to regional and national conferences. He can often be found teaching sessions for Iowa Code Camp, 24 Hours of PASS, SQLSaturday events across the nation, and the PASS Global Summit, the largest SQL Server conference in the world.
Ed fell madly in love with code in 1983 and has been creating software ever since.
Ed also volunteers his time with SQL Server user groups, including roles as Midwest Regional Mentor, President of the Iowa Data Professionals Association, and organizer of SQLSaturday Iowa City.
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