Monthly Archives: March 2018

A New New Microsoft

Microsoft is changing again. Microsoft is reorganizing and the head of Windows, Terry Myerson, is leaving. The reorganization isn’t that surprising, as like most large companies, Microsoft usually does something each year. What is interesting is that they are moving away from … Continue reading

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dbatools is Growing Up

The dbatools.io project is growing up rapidly. I went to check something the other day and I was amazed at the command list. This used to fit on one page. Now it’s not close. Here’s the first page: In fact, it … Continue reading

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Learning is Hard–March Goals Update

This is the third update for my goals for 2018. This is about 3 weeks after the last update, and it’s too soon. Not in time, but because I haven’t done a great job. This was a busy month. March … Continue reading

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Moving to AWS EC2

SQLServerCentral has been stuck in the past for some time, but we’ve finally decided to move. I’ve been asking for this, and it’s usually a resource issue. However, earlier this year we started to debate and examine the costs, and … Continue reading

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