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Republish: MY Data

As I noted, I’ve been ill. This is being republished to give me another day to get well: MY Data.

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The Giving Back Workload

One of the amazing things about the #sqlfamily is that we often help each other in a very giving way. Certainly other technical communities have lots of sharing and helping, though often with more of an RTFM attitude. I don’t know how well many … Continue reading

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Lack of Memory

I was reading Brent’s look at “normal memory” for his SQL ConstantCare® clients. It’s a look at some stats from quite a few servers that customers have set up and he is monitoring. Since most of us only have a limited set … Continue reading

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Thinkers and Doers

When I was first starting work in the data space, we had an architect at the large company that employed me. This individual reviewed new application proposals, decided on platforms and technologies, and mostly went to a lot of conferences. … Continue reading

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