Monthly Archives: August 2017

Who’s Responsible?

In college and for a short time afterwards, I worked at restaurants in various capacities. I’ve held most of the jobs available and enjoyed my experiences. I had good and bad bosses and sometimes had to endure questionable practices from … Continue reading

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The Redgate Hub

It’s live, but we are having a livestream event to launch this officially to the world. On September 6, 2017, I’ll be in Cambridge at the Redgate office to host a live event. Register today and join us for one … Continue reading

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Graphing Performance

We have a lot of different database platforms to choose from when building software. Most of us reading this are SQL Server users, and likely relationally biased. However, key-value stores, document databases, graph databases, and more are out there. If … Continue reading

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The World of MySQL

I had two different people ping me on the same day with MySQL questions. One was a former co-worker, asking for some query help, and one was from the Boy Scouts of America, also asking for some query help for … Continue reading

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