Monthly Archives: June 2017

A Database Design Test

I was watching a presentation recently on database design and the speaker talked about how he hires developers. These are full stack developers, for whom the database is a portion of their responsibility. One of the tasks he gives them … Continue reading

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Handling Data Corruption

I wrote about dealing with data loss recently, ansking what your plans are for a situation. Some of you might rely on digital systems, some rely on humans, and some just accept some data loss. All of those are valid … Continue reading

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DevOps Basics–Staging and Committing Changes

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. This is also a part of a basic series on git and how to use it. In the course … Continue reading

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SSoL–Elevating Privileges

I don’t think most of us need to know Linux, but if you end up managing a system, it’s good to have a little idea of how to get around. This is a short series of posts as I remember … Continue reading

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