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timjohnstone

Skills: T-SQL

Career Summary:

Tim Johnstone is a MCSE Data Platform in SQL 2012 and has been working in the database industry since 1997.

His particular strengths are in database migration and upgrade, database server infrastructure, procedure development and procedure optimisation.

His various roles have involved experience in a huge range of clients worldwide, from small partnerships to large enterprises, covering Tier1 applications and multi-terrabyte databases.

A sample of the activities he has professional experience in include product architecture and development, project management, technical and user training, technical pre-sales, vendor selection, change control, requirements gathering, report and dashboard design, and of course all things technical in the SQL database engine.

Specialties: Performance Tuning, Migration

Current Roles:

SQL Technical Specialist

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