Monthly Archives: June 2012

Last Week to Enter the Exceptional DBA Contest

Just a reminder: you have until this Friday to enter the 2012 Exceptional DBA awards. I’m judging, and looking forward to reading the entries next week, so get them in. A hint: communication skills matter. Take some time and think … Continue reading

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Down and Dark

I came back from vacation to find the home DSL line bouncing up and down a bit. I wasn’t overly worried, and the kids knew to restart the router when it went down, crossing their fingers for a good connection. … Continue reading

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Documenting the Undocumented

There are any number of functions in SQL Server that are undocumented. I have no idea how many there are because, well, they’re undocumented. I can’t see the source code, so I’m not sure what’s actually encoded in the platform. … Continue reading

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The Next Generation

There have been more and more Women in Technology panels and discussions at SQL Saturdays and other events in the past few years. I think these are a great way to talk about interesting more women in technological careers and … Continue reading

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