Monthly Archives: August 2014

I did my part – Helping others

Let’s raise some money, people. TL;DR Donate to Doctors Without Borders, the Argenis Without Borders campaign. What started out as a joke has grown, and we’re really looking to raise some money for this charity. I did my part I … Continue reading

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Reverse Engineering Disasters

If you are responsible for managing systems, you should have some sort of disaster recovery plan. Even if you are only managing the one system you carry with you on a regular basis, you should ask the question: What would it … Continue reading

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Better Presentations–Hide those Windows

This is part of a series of tips for speakers to make your presentations better. I wanted to give some specific SQL Server presentation items that have bothered me recently. These aren’t big things, but they do cause problems for attendees, … Continue reading

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Smooth Database Deployment at SQL in the City 2014

One of the themes at Red Gate Software this year has been “ship often, ship safe”. Actually, that’s been a theme (and goal) for us the last few years as we’ve learned how to build software faster, maintain quality, and get features … Continue reading

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