Tag Archives: database design

A Beginning Project

One of the ways in which developers become better at their craft is by building software. They tackle a personal project or maybe modify someone else’s code. They may work through exercises, solving problems like the Advent of Code. As … Continue reading

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Understanding Your Database

I ran across a neat post from Michael Swart recently. In doing some spring cleaning, he was looking to remove unused, or maybe unnecessary, tables from his database. He published a script that looks through the plan cache to determine … Continue reading

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Database Brainstorming

I read a post recently that captured my attention for more time than I expected. The piece fascinated me, and I sent it to my son and a couple friends. In fact, reading it caused me to stop working for … Continue reading

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The Lost Time

Last year when Daylight Savings Time moved clocks back, I was wondering how the time change might affect different devices and situations in the world. One area that I wondered about was medicate and health care devices. While I’m sure … Continue reading

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