Monthly Archives: July 2013

Energy news that caught my eye

I’ve been a big fan of nuclear energy ever since I worked at a power plant. Before that I was terrified and didn’t think it was a good idea, but I learned quite a bit about how it works and … Continue reading

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Password Ninjas

For the time being, passwords are the way that we authenticate users and secure most of our systems. There might be a better system in the future, but for now everyone needs to manage a series of logins and passwords, … Continue reading

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The Stairway to Deployment

Next week I travel to Sacramento, CA for the SQL in the City Seminar – Stairway to Deployment on Friday, July 26, 2013. It’s a half day event where Grant Fritchey and I will look to lead you through the … Continue reading

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Data Philanthropy

The idea of philanthropy is giving back to the world, doing some good because of the success you have had or gifts you’ve received. Imagine that we thought not about giving our time or money, but our data instead. I … Continue reading

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