Monthly Archives: October 2015

Leave Developers Alone

This editorial was originally published on July 25, 2011. It is being republished as Steve is at the PASS Summit. A computer deals with interrupts all the time. They are the mechanism by which it can simulate multi-tasking among many … Continue reading

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Masking Data

This editorial was originally published on Mar 7, 2008. It is being re-run as Steve is out of town. I saw an interesting thread awhile back where one of our very talented community members was asking about how to go about altering … Continue reading

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No Live Blogging

The PASS Summit opens today with the first keynote. This is one of the few times that I’ve declined the blogging table at PASS. The table has grown, it’s become a bit loud at times, and the pressure to take … Continue reading

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A Great SQL in the City 2015 Seattle

Yesterday was the Seattle edition of the 2015 Redgate Software SQL in the City tour. I was in London a couple weeks ago for the first event, and we closed out the year in Seattle on Monday. I had some, … Continue reading

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