Tag Archives: extended events

Learning Goals–May Update

It’s 5 months in, and this is hard. I find that the time I’ve picked each week sometimes gets bumped by other items, which do have a higher priority. More on this later. Extended Events An epic fail here for … Continue reading

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Learning Goals–April Update

Here is the update: I did better. Extended Events I did a little more multi-tasking this month, ensuring that if I rode the stationary bike for exercise, I had my tablet and watched some Pluralsight or read some content. Here … Continue reading

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Learning Goals 2018–February Review

Better than month 1. Only XE this month. My first week I got a reminder to spend some time on XE, so I watched a couple modules of Jonathan Kehayias’s Pluralsight course.  A lot of review, but I thought I’d … Continue reading

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Template Configuration

One of my goals this year is to really spend some time learning more about Extended Events (XE). I’m somewhat embarassed that almost a decade after their introduction in SQL Server 2008, I have a fairly rudimentary grasp of the … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #81–Sharpening Skills

This is an interesting month for T-SQL Tuesday. The challenge is from Jason Brimhall to Sharpen Something, and learn something new. However, his challenge isn’t just a simple “learn something.” Instead, he writes: “This month I am asking you to … Continue reading

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Tracking Logins with Extended Events

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as#SQLNewBloggers. I was building a question the other day on Extended Events and needed to build a new session. One of … Continue reading

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