Monthly Archives: July 2014

Elevation of Privileges

At SQL Bits this year I attended a security presentation from Andreas Wolter. The session examined some attack methodologies, showing the flow that an attacker might go through to gain information about your database instance with SQL Injection. It’s a scary and eye-opening talk, … Continue reading

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Continuous Database Delivery from the Command Line

I’ve been working with Red Gate to learn more and the different ways in which we can help you ease and smooth the database deployment process. I know that I’ve dreaded deployments to production in most of my jobs, and … Continue reading

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On the Go

So much for limiting events. There was a time in May when I had nothing scheduled as far as speaking goes. Now I have 12 events, and 9 trips in the pipeline. At least a few are local, with just … Continue reading

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One a Week

When Andy Warren and I first talked about SQL Saturday after the initial event in Orlando, we joked about whether we could have twelve events in a year, one a month. It seemed like a stretch goal, after all, how many events … Continue reading

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