Peter Avila

SQL SERVER INSTRUCTOR

Peter Avila

“My goal in class is to help students get what they came to get by providing them with an experience. When you have an experience, things stick with you, and you have something to draw on.”

Biography

Peter is a consultant specializing in the design and development of database systems using SQL Server and .Net technologies. Peter has operated a nation-wide consulting business since 1991. He was a course designer and instructor of database and software development technologies at Harvard University; UC Berkeley, and the Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and he is author of “An Intuitive Approach to Database Design; An Introduction to Data Modeling.”

Peter uses an intuitive approach to learning that applies the way we all learn in the real world and gives students experiences on which to draw when they’re back on the job applying their new skills.

“Learning is the most fun, satisfying, and enduring when we have our own empirical experiences – our own AHA! moment when we experience a discovery. The classroom offers a great opportunity to create those moments in a fun and focused environment. It’s great when students tell me that the experience they had in the classroom is what allowed them to finally understand a topic and solve a tough problem at work.”

Peter is AWESOME! Best computer related instructor I have ever had.

SQL BI779 STUDENT

MAY 22, 2015

Upcoming Courses
Peter Avila Teaches

SQL101 - Introduction to Transact SQL

BI780 - SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services (SSRS) for Report Developers

SQL250 - Transact-SQL for Developers

BI780 - SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services (SSRS) for Report Developers

20464 - Developing Microsoft SQL Server 2012 & 2014 Databases

SQL101 - Introduction to Transact SQL

Nov 30 - Dec 03

20463 - Implementing a Data Warehouse with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 & 2014

BI780 - SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services (SSRS) for Report Developers

Dec 14 - Dec 17