Monthly Archives: December 2019

Installing PowerShell for SQL Server – #SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. PowerShell is the hot new scripting language for working with processes outside of an application. It’s cross platform, and … Continue reading

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A Dearth of Data

Most of us feel that our data volumes are constantly growing. A lack of data isn’t something we worry about, at least not in production. In development, far too many people use sensitive data for developers, which certainly ensures there … Continue reading

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The DBA’s Twelve Days of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas my new DBA sent to me A table with a primary key On the second day of Christmas my new DBA sent to me Two Foreign Keys, and A table with a primary key … Continue reading

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Double Check Your Math

Performing calculations in our applications is important. In fact, if we do any sort of math, we really want to ensure that our results are what we expect. That seems obvious, but I’ve run into applications where the code deployed … Continue reading

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