Monthly Archives: October 2013

One day in the office

I got back from SQL Intersection on Wednesday afternoon. I did work a bit, but not too much after traveling and speaking this week. Today I’m in the office, but only today. Tomorrow I’m outside. I have more vacation scheduled … Continue reading

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Becoming an MVP

I see a lot written about the Microsoft MVP program and the various impressions the MVPs leave in the community. It seems that the view of MVPs is mostly positive in the community, and I hope that I do my … Continue reading

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Risky Backups

This editorial was originally published on Jan 13, 2009. It is being re-run as Steve is away at the SQL Intersection conference. The other day I was working in the forums at SQLServerCentral and saw a question about someone doing backups and … Continue reading

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Stairway to Development–Coming to Oregon

SQL Saturday #265 is coming to Portland, Oregon on Nov 16, 2013 and the day before, on Friday, we have another SQL in the City Seminar. Grant and I will be in the city talking about database version control, automated … Continue reading

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