Monthly Archives: November 2018

Understanding a Database

I ran across a post that asked a good question, one which I want to ask you today: how do you learn about a database? I’ve run into quite a few databases in my career. Some were third party systems, like Dynamics and JD … Continue reading

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SQL in the City December 2018

The last 2018 edition of SQL in the City Streamed is coming in a few weeks. You can register today and join us for a set of talks on December 12 that talk DevOps, compliance, and more. I have to … Continue reading

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Tougher Privacy Laws

I am all for tougher privacy laws, especially for companies that have not followed basic security practices for securing data. There is a proposal from US Senator Ron Wyden that would increase penalties and give more rights to consumers. Consumers could opt … Continue reading

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Take the State of DevOps Survey

Kendra wrote a nice piece on this the other day, and I agree. Take the Survey The data that comes out of this helps to influence executives and managers. You can show them results, which might get them to help … Continue reading

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