Tag Archives: Database Weekly

How Important is Software?

I have a mechanical gaming keyboard, not because I’m a gamer, but I did want to tactile, mechanical feel and I like the idea of lights on the keys. I’ve enjoyed the experience, but the software leaves something to be … Continue reading

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New Cloud Licensing Limits

Licensing is always a complex discussion with SQL Server. Depending on the way you run it, the edition, the version, whether you’ve purchased Software Assurance, and more, you might struggle to ensure you are in compliance with Microsoft’s terms. This … Continue reading

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The Case for Patching

Recently I was testing a feature in SQL Server on 2017 and 2019. There was supposed to be an improvement across versions, but I didn’t see it. Then I realized that I was on SQL Server 2019 CU 2 on … Continue reading

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GitHub vs. Azure DevOps

I work often with Azure DevOps. I have enjoyed the platform and it does what I need. I also work regularly with GitHub and GitHub Actions. Those rebuild SQL Saturday and SQL Memorial when I need to make changes. It … Continue reading

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