Thomas holds a degree in Business Administration, but has been a developer at heart ever since
the days of Turbo Pascal. He touched his first SQL Server at V6.5 and used covering indexes
before they became a feature.

Thomas started developing in Navision systems in 2001 (one year before MS acquired Navision), 
always has a SQL Server in the back-end, joined PASS in 2006 and got his hands on R in 2014 
(the year before MS bought Revolution Analytics). 

He has worked for ISVs as well as end-user companies, as a developer, consultant,
accidental DBA, author and speaks at SQL conferences around Europe.
Thomas Hütter has submitted 3 sessions for SQLBits 2019, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

A walk-through on what is possible analyzing your data with the "R" language.
The philosophy and the tools behind the "Tidyverse" way of analyzing data in R.
Geo data is almost everywhere. Time to refresh your memories of how to handle them in SQL Server.


Previous Sessions

„A picture is worth a thousand words“ - compelling visualizations beyond the usual bar, line or scatter plots, produced with the help of the ggplot2 package and friends.