Last week, the Alberta, Canada, Government released a document called Guidelines for Best Practices: Creating Learning Environments that Respect Diverse Sexual Orientations, Gender Identities and Gender Expressions. You can download the document here in PDF format. As I read through this document, I wished I would be going to school in this kind of open, … Continue reading Gender Identity Diversity in Alberta Schools
I've had an interesting weekend. On Friday night, we hosted nearly fifty people in our house, for the year-end function for some of the hospitalists in town. The hardwood floors took some damage. On Saturday night, I performed at another private year-end function, for actual money. My role in Friday night's affair was to be … Continue reading Clipboards, Rednex, and being German
My costume for tonight’s live gig. I played a German ski instructor, who also called a square dance.
This post was originally published on my SQL Server blog. I worked on four films in 2015, three shorts and one feature-length movie, all shot in Calgary where I live. That has resulted in seven IMDb credits for me, someone who earns a living as a DBA. If nothing else, that experience has scratched an … Continue reading Filmmaking as a Metaphor for the DBA