Buck Woody has been working with technology since he built his first computer (with 1 whole kilobyte of RAM) in 1980. He has worked every position from the help desk to software design, with stops along the way as an IT manager here and there. He has been a database administrator since 1995, when he managed an Oracle system on an HP 9000. Buck also served for five years as the president of the Tampa SQL Server User Group (TSUG). He is a Microsoft MVP (2006, SQL Server) and holds the MSCE and MCDBA certifications. He currently works at Jabil Circuit as a database architect and hosts a weekly “Guide” for SQL Server at InformIT.com.