Daily Archives: October 11, 2016

Who’s Touching My Database

Abstract: As databases become more critical to the operation of our organizations, we are being asked to audit and report on access to both data and the configuration of our systems. SQL Server has a number of features that can … Continue reading

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Developer Deployment Frustrations

This editorial was originally published on Sept 7, 2012. It is being re-published as Steve is at DevConnections. Why don’t developers like SQL Server? Probably a few reasons, but I’m sure this is one that really frustrates them. I found … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #83–The Same Old Issues

This month is an interesting T-SQL Tuesday topic, and it’s brought to us by Andy Mallon, with the topic of the same old issues we’re still dealing with. I think that’s an interesting issue, since I do find myself answering … Continue reading

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The Free-Con Returns to Seattle

On Monday, October 24, 2016, there will be a Free-Con in Seattle for those that might not be attending a pre-con before the Pass Summit. Put on by Jason Brimhall and Wayne Sheffield, there’s a set of 6 sessions you … Continue reading

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