SQLology has been established by Kim Tessereau MCDBA and former MCT. Kim has over 28 years of IT experience and 15 years of database experience, the last 10 of those years have been dedicated to Microsoft SQL Server. Kim sincerely believes in sharing knowledge with others. She currently works as a SQL Architect at Swank Motion Pictures. Kim is also an instructor at Washington University in St. Louis - CAIT where she teaches SQL Server Administration and Business Intelligence courses. She has more recently been involved with the PASS organization through the virtual chapter of Women In Technology and her local SQL Server User Group in St. Louis, Missouri. Kim has presented at SQL Saturday's in Kansas City and Louisville and served as a WIT panelist at PASS Summit 2010 Chalktalk and at three other PASS events. She has also presented at 24 Hour of PASS 2011.
You will find Kim's current blog at www.lessthandot.com
You can also see her on twitter @ktessereau.