Kamil Nowinski

Kamil Nowinski

Founder & owner of SQLPlayer blog. The originator of “Ask SQL Family” podcast.
Database Architect & passionate about Microsoft Data Platform and solutions.
Happy husband & father of two daughters.
Microsoft DEV & BI developer, accidental DBA.
Speaker, member of Data Community Poland,
co-organiser of SQLDay Conference.
Living in London, UK.

Over 13 years’ experience with SQL Server databases (since 2000 version) confirmed by certificates MCITP, MCP, MCTS, MCSA, MCSE Data Platform. I have been working both as a developer and as an administrator of big databases, still extending my solid experience in troubleshooting, development and deployment database systems, automatisation, data warehouse modelling. Passion to tuning up database processes and maximising performance database engine. More and more focusing on Microsoft Business Intelligence full stack, including Power BI. Fan of well-formatted, code transparency, improvements in communications inside a team and Agile methodologies.

Before I moved to the UK, I was working as an architect on the project of building a data warehouse for the Ministry of Finance in e-duty programme. Currently, I’m working as a contractor at Harrods HQ.

An advocate of crossing own borders. I admire a self-development, explore new technology and share this knowledge with everybody who wants it. Addicted to giving aid, support, being a part and acting for SQL Community and meeting with #SQLFamily across Europe. Friend of Redgate since 2018.

In Data Community Poland (former PLSSUG) association from a few years, at the beginning as a listener, later on as a speaker and co-leader of a branch in Wroclaw. Since 2012 I’m a Chairman of the Audit Committee of the Association. For several years a volunteer, speaker and co-organizer of the biggest SQL Server conference in Poland (SQLDay).

Born in Wroclaw, Poland. Since 2015 I have been living and working in London, UK.
Privately happy husband and father of five-year-old Sylwia and two-year-old Kinga.

Follow me on Twitter: @NowinskiK or meet me on LinkedIn.
See my posts on this blog.

Kamil Nowinski's certificates

Coming activities

Date Activity Type Hyperlinks
June 2018 SQLSaturday #730 Manchester
[EN] “Maintenance a database project and Continuous Delivery using Microsoft Data Tools in practical terms.”

Recent activities

Date Activity Type Hyperlinks
May 2018 SQLDay 2018 Speaker & Co-organiser & interviewer ASF #014
ASF #015
February 2018 SQLBits 2018 Volunteer & interviewer ASF #012
ASF #013
09/12/2017 SQLSaturday #687 Slovenia Speaker & interviewer ASF #010
30/10-3/11/2017 PASS Summit 2017 Seattle Attendee & interviewer Photos
ASF #006
ASF #007
ASF #008
ASF #009
ASF #011
14/10/2017 SQLSaturday #642 Sofia
[EN] “Data replication – who with whom, for whom, why and for what?”
Speaker Photos (soon)
09/10/2017 SQL Relay Reading Attendee Photos (soon)
07/10/2017 SQLSaturday #656 Denmark
[EN] “Maintenance a database project and Continuous Delivery using Microsoft Data Tools in practical terms.”
Speaker Post
15-16/09/2017 SQLSaturday #664 Katowice Co-organiser
& interviewer
ASF #005
Photos (soon)
09/09/2017 SQLSaturday #632 Cambridge Attendee & interviewer ASF #004
15/07/2017 SQLSaturday #645 Manchester Attendee & interviewer ASF #003
02/06/2017 SQL Grillen 2017 Attendee Photos
20/05/2017 SQLSaturday #616 Kyiv
[EN] “Understand better Transaction Isolation Levels”
Speaker Photos (soon)
15-17/05/2017 SQLDay 2017
[PL] “Data replication – who with whom, for whom, why and for what?”
Speaker & Co-organiser Photos
15-17/05/2017 SQLDay 2017 Interviewer & Co-organiser ASF #002,
ASF #001
05-08/04/2017 SQLBits 2017 Volunteer Photos
25/02/2017 SQLSaturday #589 Pordenone Attendee Photos (soon)
10/12/2016 SQLSaturday #567 Slovenia Attendee Photos
01/10/2016 SQLSaturday #534 Krakow Speaker & Co-organiser Photos
18/06/2016 SQLSaturday #501 Dublin Attendee Photos (soon)
May 2016 SQLDay 2016 Co-organiser Photos
May 2015 SQLDay 2015
[PL] “Fulltext search in SQL Server”
Speaker & Co-organiser Photos
May 2014 SQLDay 2014
[PL] “Szpiedzy z krainy bazy danych, czyli Change Tracking & Change Data Capture w służbie SQL Server”
Speaker & Volunteer Photos