Monthly Archives: February 2014

Powershell in a Month Day 17 – Security Alert

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. Security. It’s important, and I was thinking this chapter would show us more about changing … Continue reading

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VMs for Development

Here’s the scenario: you have gotten a few consulting jobs and have a couple clients. This could be your full time employment, or a side job that you perform away from another employer. You want to watch your budget, ensure … Continue reading

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Building a Virtual Lab with Hyper-V

I needed to get this one on Hyper-V, so I decided to document the process. I’ve put together a series that looks at the steps I took. Virtual Lab – Design and Setup Differencing Disks Setting up a new VM … Continue reading

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What is Continuous Integration for Databases?

I have a talk that I give on Automated Build and Test for databases. This was put together by one of the engineers at Red Gate Software, and I’ve presented it at a number of events. I enjoy it, and it’s one of … Continue reading

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