Monthly Archives: June 2018

Republish: Common Mistakes

Back across the pond, so a re-run of Common Mistakes.

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Republish: Release Wednesday

In the UK getting ready for SQL in the City, so Release Wednesday being republished.

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Updating to SQL Change Automation

The SQL Change Automation release was early this week.  This is replacing ReadyRoll and our DLM Automation products, rolling them into a single product and is the first stage of unifying our state and migration based solutions. When I logged … Continue reading

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Republish: State v Migrations

Back in the UK, so a republish of State v Migrations

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A Long Break

I’m in the UK today, having flown over on the weekend. This week is SQL in the City – June 2018 on Wednesday and I needed the two full days to prep, so I’m here a day early. Not sure … Continue reading

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More Query Tuning?

This is probably a topic near and dear to the hearts of Grant, Brent, Paul #2 (White), and plenty other more well known speakers in the #sqlfamily community that often present on the topic of writing more efficient code. They do a fantastic job … Continue reading

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Building Test Data

One of the debates I’ve seen over the last few months is about test data in development environments. As I’ve been preparing for and learning more about the GDPR, it seems that many companies are concerned about holding sensitive data … Continue reading

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Docker Challenges

I’ve been trying to get time to play with Docker more. I had it setup on my old laptop and was experimenting with different ways of working with containers and databases before I switched. Since then I’ve been slightly hamstrung … Continue reading

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The Data Submarine

For some reason, this came to mind: under the sea, under the sea. That’s what I thought of as I was reading about Microsoft sinking a data center. There are probably jokes to be made about Microsoft and sinking, though they’re less … Continue reading

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DevOps Debugs the Demo

I had my 24 Hours of Pass session today, Database DevOps to Ensure Compliance, and my demo broke. At least, it broke for me. I kept going and talked over things, but I hate that. It would have been impressive … Continue reading

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