Daily Archives: July 14, 2015

Looking Back at a Sabbatical – One Year Later

Last year at this time I was nearing the end of my sabbatical. I’ve been using the Timehop app on my phone to look back at the past and I’ve noticed the tweets and pictures that I had from last … Continue reading

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No Defaults – T-SQL Tuesday #68

It’s the second Tuesday of the month, and time for T-SQL Tuesday. This month’s invitation is from Andy Yun, where he asks you to Just Say No to Defaults. This is the monthly blog party started by Adam Machanic, and … Continue reading

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Data or Experience

Data Driven Listen to the data. There are any number of phrases that implore us to use bits and bytes, pieces of information that lead us to better decisions. However, can the data ensure we make the best decisions? Do … Continue reading

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