Monthly Archives: February 2014

Powershell in a Month Day 18–Variables

This is part of my Powershell Challenge, to learn more about PowerShell (PoSh) using the Learn Windows Powershell 3 in a Month of Lunches book by Don Jones. I’m slightly behind here after holidays and some travel. Apparently my pop-up … Continue reading

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Geeky Entertainment

The 2014 Oscars are this weekend, and while I only have a passing interest in who wins the various awards, I did manage to see a number of the nominees and enjoyed most of them. I missed a few as well, and … Continue reading

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Virtual Lab – Setting up a new VM

This is part of a series where I set up a virtual lab for testing and misc. work. The other parts in the series are here: Building a Virtual Lab with Hyper-V. I have my disks set up, now it’s … Continue reading

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I’ve always wondered about this. When I create a stored procedure I do this: CREATE PROCEDURE MyProc @param1 int as BEGIN   — add code here END; As is often the case, I realize that I’ve made some mistake and need … Continue reading

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