Hope Foley, a former Microsoft Data Platform MVP and has worked across many industries including insurance, health organizations, federal government and now education. She works for Microsoft as a Data & AI Cloud Solution Architect for the Data Platform team. Prior to that she was a consultant in SQL Server technologies for over 9 years focusing on database administration and architecture, more recently in business intelligence. Hope is an active member in the SQL Server and PASS communities speaking at events and organizes the SQLSaturday event in Indianapolis (aka.ms/sqlsatindy).
Hope blogs at http://www.hopefoley.com/ and can be followed on Twitter @hope_foley


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  1. Hope, I really enjoyed your PowerPivot presentation Saturday. Any chance I can gt a copy of your deck?

    Thank you very much. See you next year.

    1. I really appreciate that! I just uploaded my files up to the SQLSaturday site but it looks like it may take a few to refresh. I will also be doing a blog post this week with a recap of the whole event. I will include my files on my blog as well when I get that completed.

  2. Thanks for the spatial data presentation this evening at SALSSA. As we have many GIS people on staff, I will share the newly found info. Will you be posting the slides? Query examples?

    Thanks again,

    Cody Bowles

  3. Hi Hope,

    A friend suggested that I try to view your presentation “Consulting – the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” from SQL Saturday #149. Do you have that posted anywhere?


    1. Sorry Jeff. We haven’t done that presentation anywhere that it was recorded. I can get you the slides but it’s more of a discussion so don’t feel they would benefit you much.

  4. Hope, will you make your presentation materials from the SQL PASS 2013 Conference? I looked at your session information on the PASS website and there is no material available. thank you!

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