Monthly Archives: March 2014

Getting Fired

Have you ever been fired from a job? I hope most of you never have as it’s a somewhat traumatizing experience. I’ve been let go from one (and asked to leave another), and even though I didn’t like the job … Continue reading

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SQL Scripts Manager

We have Down Tools Week multiple times per year at Red Gate. This allows various employees to spend a week on a project, working to build something new and interesting that we rarely have time to spend our limited resources … Continue reading

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The Endless Upgrade Cycle

Security posts are always interesting to me, and this one on Tesco security is no exception. It’s an analysis from the outside of a number of problems that are blatantly obvious with the way Tesco deals with passwords for their web systems. … Continue reading

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Encryption in Las Vegas – SQL Saturday #295

I enjoy Las Vegas, usually trying to see a show of some sort when I’m there. I’ll have the chance next week, when I’m in town for SQL Saturday #295 on Apr 5. It will be a fairly quick trip … Continue reading

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