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boB Taylor

Database Architect, Microsoft

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In his 45-year IT career, boB Taylor has pretty much done it all – Fortran 66 on Hollerith Cards, assembly language programming on drum-based computers, and LOB application development. He served as a VP of Software Development and was Director of Database Technologies for Avanade West Region. Then he joined Microsoft’s Partner Advantage practice, advising ISVs on effectively using SQL Server.
After becoming a Microsoft Certified Architect, boB moved to PFE and is now with the Oracle Compete Team. Besides passing 28+ certification exams on the first attempt, boB helped develop both SQL Server 2000 certification exams, two SQL Server 2005 developer exams, and all MCSD.NET exams. The only things he’s done longer than software development are

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