Monthly Archives: June 2013

SQL in the City 2013

Last week was the opening of a new SQL in the City season for Red Gate Software. Once again, for the third year in a row, we had our first event of the year in London. We had a new venue, and only … Continue reading

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Better Technical Interviews

Is the tech interview dead? An interesting case made in the article, and some links ideas on how to better interview and hire technical developers. I think some of the ideas are specific to developers, and while they can work, they don’t necessarily … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Desk?

I was wondering what this was when I saw it at the Microsoft Technology Center in Philadelphia at SQL Saturday #200. I sat in it, and thought it was pretty cool. Turns out it is an Emperor 1510. You can … Continue reading

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Great Engineering Culture

There are some nice quotes in this piece, and it’s an interesting talk to watch as well. The talk is aimed at people starting companies that are based on technology and how to build the culture from the beginning. However I’d argue these … Continue reading

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