has more than two decades of experience in all facets of database
systems development including developing and teaching
database classes, systems analysis and design, database
administration and system
administrator, and data analysis and modeling.
He has worked with mainframe DB2
since Version 1 and has experience working
SQL Server, Sybase and IMS. Craig has worked in multiple industries including manufacturing, banking, commercial software development, education, research, utilities, and consulting.
Craig is also the author of Database Administration: The Complete Guide to Practices and Procedures, published by Addison Wesley. This book offers the industry's only comprehensive guide to heterogeneous database administration. More information is available here.
Craig is also a frequent contributor to computer industry publications, having authored more hundreds articles in the past several years. Craig writes several regular columns including:
- University of Pittsburgh
- Fox Chapel Area High School
- Mullins Consulting, Inc.Data Management Consultant and Researcher, present
- BMC Software
- PLATINUM technology, inc.
- Mullins Consulting, Inc.
- Mellon Bank
- Duquesne Light Company
- USX Corporation
- Gartner Group
- NEON Enterprise Software