Blogger Disclosure Information
The US Federal Trade Commission requires that bloggers disclose their relationships in public. This is the disclosure for Jason S. Strate.
Where Do I Work?
I’m an Database Architect with Pragmatic Works. They pay me to do fun things like architect data platforms for clients and performance health checks. I am not paid to blog and do this primarily as a hobby – my life is that exciting. All blog posts here are written to promote myself, my causes, and assist me in finalizing my thoughts on technology.
My blog posts are published to a few locations:
- Jasonstrate.com and stratesql.com – Everything on these sites is the culmination of my experiences with SQL Server and my career in technology. Maybe not a real culmination, but a final resting place for things I figure out and discover and would like to share. Nobody pays me blog, this is mainly because I want to retain ownership over my content and be the final editor, except when the wife tells me to rewrite stuff. There are ads on some old posts; these are content driven and were not considered when the article was written.
- SQLServerPedia.com (syndicated from JasonStrate.com) – This is basically the same content from jasonstrate.com. As such, no one has paid for it and it’s just a way to get my words in front of more eyes.
- SQLServerCentral.com (syndicated from JasonStrate.com) – Same deal as above, more words in front of more eyes. And again, I’m not compensated.
- Twitter – all content reflects my own opinion.
I also use FaceBook.com, Flickr.com, LinkedIn.com, Tumblr.com and others to promote myself and my presentations. On those sites, I maintain the same editorial policy that I use here on JasonStrate.com. If my content appears anywhere else on the web, feel free to contact me about that content.