Monthly Archives: November 2014

How Often Does Production Drift?

One of the new products that Red Gate Software is working on is SQL Lighthouse, which is designed to track and alert you on “database drift“, which are the changes in your schema. I hadn’t really heard the concept in the past, though … Continue reading

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Off

I’m off for a few days. Actually, today and most of next week. I completed my achievement, getting all my vacation scheduled, and this one of those days. I also have most of next week off, so I’ll be taking … Continue reading

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Real World T-SQL Tricks

I’ve been playing more with T-SQL this year, doing some testing and development in various places. I’ve been trying to improve my skills, and keeping up with the advancements the language has made in the last few versions. Like many … Continue reading

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Encryption in Colorado Springs – Encrypting in the Application?

Last night was my annual presentation at the Colorado Springs SQL Server User Group. I try to make sure I get down there at least once a year, and it’s been only once a year for the last few years. … Continue reading

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