Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Biggest Data Breech (For Now)

I keep reading the words “the largest data breach in history” in a variety of stories. In fact, given the tremendous growth of data acquisition, I’m guessing that this headline will continue to repeat itself over and over. I think … Continue reading

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Visual Studio Subscriptions

Many of us that work with SQL Server do so exclusively through SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). I find so many people really do the majority of their jobs with SSMS, Outlook, and a web browser. Even back in 2003 … Continue reading

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Technical Debt

I was speaking with one of the development teams at Redgate earlier this year. They were working on a product, and had planned out a few sprints worth of work. Each sprint, called a train, was a couple weeks long, … Continue reading

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Branding Yourself for a Dream Job–Powerpoint and Questions

I had a few people ask about the deck, and I’ve uploaded it here: Branding Yourself for a Dream Job. I also had a couple good questions at the end after people had left, so I thought I’d put them … Continue reading

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