Monthly Archives: February 2011

Drive

At every company I’ve ever worked, it’s been easy to tell the high performers from the low ones. There’s often a correlation between those the level of performance and the satisfaction people have in their jobs. Higher performers are often … Continue reading

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You Can’t Disable the CLR in SQL Server – MCM Prep

At least not completely. There are some functions in SQL Server that are built on the SQL CLR, and even if you have disabled the CLR for user written code, it still loads app domains and functions for system code. … Continue reading

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Commuting Pain

It’s hard to believe that I have been running SQLServerCentral for almost ten years. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed it, hope I get to do it another ten years, and am thankful every day for having one of the best jobs in … Continue reading

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T Minus Three Days to the MCM Test

I take the MCM test on Friday. I’ve been watching videos and reading white papers and blogs for the last few weeks and I know that I don’t necessarily know enough. To some extent I have an advantage since I … Continue reading

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