Monthly Archives: November 2018

Adding the Constraint Name to the PK at the End of Create Table–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. A good habit to get into is to explicitly name your constraints. I try to do this when I … Continue reading

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Mitigate Issues Early

This is a great postmortem from Basecamp with a detailed explanation of a problem and how they are hoping to avoid issues with their service. Basecamp is a Software as a Service tool from 37 Signals that had an outage recently. Actually, the service … Continue reading

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Early Bird SQL Bits Pricing

You can register today and save for the next few days. It’s only £799 for the full SQL Bits 2019 conference until Saturday. If you’ve ever  been, you know this is the best SQL Server conference out there, at least, … Continue reading

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Building Better Training Opportunities

Recently I wrote a piece about some advice on quitting over training budgets, or the lack thereof. It had some interesting comments, but one stood out to me because it’s something I’ve heard and seen before. One of the readers noted that … Continue reading

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