Monthly Archives: March 2019

Giving Computers Ethics

I was reading a fascinating paper recently about autonomous cars. I’m actually excited about having a car that can drive itself, though I think this is likely quite a few years away, despite the hype. Ever since I read Red Thunder, … Continue reading

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SQL in the City Summits coming this spring

The SQL in the City Summits are back for 2019, and we’ve got more scheduled than every before. You can see the complete list on our event page, and I’m lucky to be invited to all of them. Here’s the … Continue reading

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No More SQL Server Installs

This occurred to me recently, and I’m wondering what some of you think of as the answer to this question: when will you expect to no longer install SQL Server? It’s not that I think many of you are retiring … Continue reading

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What’s Worse than Announcing a Data Breach?

What’s Worse than Announcing a Data Breach? You might think that’s the worst thing that you could tell your boss these days. Imagine discovering that sensitive data has been exposed and you need to go inform an executive. Hopefully no … Continue reading

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