Monthly Archives: August 2018

Redgate Lives DevOps

At Redgate, we release a lot of changes to our products. In fact, this is the “About Redgate” slide I’ve been using in talks related to the company. If you look in the lower right, you’ll see product releases from … Continue reading

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Generating a Constrained Random Date–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. There have been lots of posts on the topic of generating random values, and some great articles. One of … Continue reading

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Limiting the Ability to Concentrate and Collaborate

I used to have an office. I guess I have an office now, but it’s not mine; it’s shared with my wife. As I look back at my career, I realize that I’ve often taken a job that switched me … Continue reading

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Bringing DevOps to #SQLSat Oslo

As my kids get older and I spend less time with them, I look forward to visiting new countries. While I’ve been to Norway and Oslo before, I wasn’t able to make the SQL Saturday last year. I am lucky … Continue reading

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