Monthly Archives: August 2016

Filtering Objects with DLM Dashboard

I’ve been looking at some of the features of DLM Dashboard as I go through work building database development pipelines. In this post I wanted to cover one of the lesser used features, filtering objects. Note: DLM Dashboard is a … Continue reading

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Rogue Algorithms

This editorial was originally published on Sept 5, 2-12. It is being re-published as Steve is on vacation. I have always thought that computers do some amazing things, but they tend to do what we tell them to do, even … Continue reading

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Finding out Who’s Touching Your Database at DevConnections

I’ve got a session this fall at the IT/DevConnections conference (Oct 10-13, 2016) called “Who’s Touching My Database?” This is something I’ve worked on for a few years, but never really gotten it to the point where I was ready … Continue reading

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Avoiding Stored Procedures

This editorial was originally published on Aug 13, 2012. It is bein re-published as Steve is on vacation. I ran across this piece from a developer on why he avoids stored procedures and thought it made some good arguments. The … Continue reading

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