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Book Review: Making Work Visible

I was recommended Making Work Visible by a developer at Redgate Software. The book caught my eye as it seeks to ensure you can work more efficiently by watching out for some of the common things we do wrong in … Continue reading

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Pro SQL Server on Linux–Getting Started

As part of my learning goals for 2018, I wanted to work through various books. This is part of my series on Pro SQL Server on Linux from Bob Ward. I purchased Pro SQL Server on Linux and started reading … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Phoenix Project–Leave Slack

Not @Slack, but slack time, time when you aren’t buried on a particular project. In the book, The Phoenix Project, the Brent character is the jack of all trades, the one that everyone goes to to fix and solve problems. … Continue reading

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The Developer’s Guide to Azure–A Good Overview

Someone sent me a link a few weeks back  about a free book from Microsoft. It’s the Developer’s Guide to Azure, and you can download it in Kindle or other formats. I actually got it for the Kindle on my … Continue reading

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