Monthly Archives: December 2018

My SQL Server Travels in 2018

It’s the end of the year, and I’m looking back at the events and travels I’ve had this year. I keep a list of travels on my blog for speaking as a kind of Speaking CV, and United (my primary … Continue reading

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Porting SQLServerCentral

Like a few of you, I’ve been working with WordPress as a blogging platform. Over the years I’ve tried a few different pieces of blogging software, but I really like WordPress. I’m not alone as there are estimates that 20-30% … Continue reading

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Identity Gaps–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. Many people think that that an identity property will ensure a consistent, increasing numerical value. I ran across this … Continue reading

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Better Static Code Analysis and Security Scans

I was listening to a talk from Stefan Simenon on their CI/CD transformation within ABN AMRO, a large financial company. One of the interesting things he noted was that they consider open source to be less secure, possibly with more vulnerabilities … Continue reading

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