Mikael Wedham is the first Microsoft Certified Master on SQL Server 2008 in Sweden. He has worked as a developer and database administrator since 1993, and also been a support technician. In 1997, Mikael became a Microsoft Certified Trainer, and is now an appreciated teacher in the .NET and SQL areas. He usually teaches special classes, where there are no public alternatives or the customer has very specific needs. He has gone through a pedagogical education with DSAT. Mikael was one of the first in Sweden giving lectures in Microsoft OLAP Services for SQL 7.0 and is also hired as Business Intelligence expert. Mikael has been helping out as proctor and ”Ask The Experts” at Tech Ed. Mikael is the founder and arranger of SQL Saturday in Sweden, where he also appears as an appreciated speaker.

Mikael is a system development and database administration consultant. Common tasks are quality control and optimization of systems, but Mikael also works as a mentor. Some development and design are also part of Mikaels portfolio. Mikaels specialty is to quickly grasp the complex environments and identify potential areas of concern. He also offers advice on how to solve the problems with minimal impact on the rest of the environment. Below is a short list of some of the companies Mikael has been consulting at, either directly or as a sub-contractor. If you think you should be on this list, please contact us!

  • Atea
  • Braathens
  • CGV
  • DS Smith
  • Fitesa
  • Foss
  • Novozymes
  • Outokumpu
  • Region Skåne
  • Sandvik Coromant
  • Scandichotels
  • SR
  • Svenskt Näringsliv
  • SVT
  • Södra
  • Tarkett
  • Trelleborg
  • Trygg Hansa
  • TV4
  • Unionen
  • Vida
  • Xylem

Since 2007, Mikael is a PADI Master Scuba diver Instructor and also delivers diving and First Aid/CPR classes.

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