Monthly Archives: September 2019

Is Data the Future of the Vibrant Web?

Data privacy is a fascinating subject. Since the GDPR was passed, I’ve had a lot of conversations with people about the GDPR and the way different people feel varies dramatically. Moreover, the way an individual feels often varies depending on … Continue reading

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Working in Smaller Teams

I don’t know what the average size of a team is, but I know I’ve worked in all sizes in my career. I’ve had teams of 1-3, which is common in database work, but I’ve also been on a 20 … Continue reading

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SQL Change Automation v4 Puts Migrations in SSMS

I’ve been waiting for this a long time. Over the years, as Redgate has improved and changed the SQL Change Automation product in Visual Studio, I’ve been wanting to see it in SSMS. After watching this take shape across the … Continue reading

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Origem Flash Headphone Sale

I reviewed a set of wireless headphones this summer, and I continue to use them when traveling. They work well for me and have good battery life. The company pinged me and let me know they’re having a sale this … Continue reading

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