Founder & owner of SQLPlayer blog. The originator of “Ask SQL Family” podcast.
Big Data Engineer, 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.

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.

In Data Community Poland (former PLSSUG) association since 2010, at the beginning as a listener, later on as a speaker and co-leader of a branch in Wroclaw. Between 2012 and 2018 I have been the 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).

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 expanding new horizons as a contractor in the UK market, making troubleshooting, prototyping BI and Big Data solutions, enhancing existing processes among Microsoft stuff environments, popularizing the DevOps approach and efficient solutions in the cloud.
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. A friend of Redgate since 2018.
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.

Kamil Nowinski has submitted 3 sessions for SQLBits 2019, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

Even if not today, certainly in the future (yes, believe me) you will face a case: how to move my data from premise Data Warehouse to Azure. This session will reveal the ideas how to do that and compare migration methods.
We will review this new feature of ADFv2, do deep dive to understand the mentioned techniques, compare them to SSIS and/or T-SQL and learn how modelled data flow runs Scala behind the scenes.
A task seems to be easy. Maintenance a project of a database in the code repository, treat as master-version and do deployment evenly and frequently. Let's try to do that with SSDT.

Sessions