Monthly Archives: June 2018

How are you recharging this year?

This is the end of the first half of the year. I’m hoping it’s been a good half year for you, as it has for me. I’ve traveled less, done a few more things outside of work, but had a … Continue reading

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Cloud Backup Comparison

I used to use Crashplan. This was about $150 a year, but I could to 5 machines. I used to do 5. I had My desktop My wife’s laptop My daughter’s laptop My laptop My son’s laptop This changed as … Continue reading

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Learning Goals –June 2018 Update

The June update for T-SQL Tuesday #97. I made a plan and it’s hard to stick to. tl;dr – Very little done. I traveled the first three weeks of June here and there. Two short trips from 1-2 and 8-10, … Continue reading

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Mastering Index Tuning–Day 1

This is a short series of posts on the courses I took with Brent Ozar. I actually completed the courses in the past, but I wrote notes and wanted to revisit the way things went. I started with the Mastering … Continue reading

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