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Lots of Scaffolding–T-SQL Tuesday #107 The Death March

It’s an interesting topic for this month’s T-SQL Tuesday, and while I think this isn’t necessarily a SQL Server project, because usually SQL Server isn’t the problem with building complex software,  my death march involves SQL Server. This month’s invitation … Continue reading

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Practical Refactoring

Today I hosted a webinar with Gene Kim (@RealGeneKim) and we had a fantastic discussion. I was slightly star struck since I’ve been reading his work and quoting him for years in talks about Database DevOps. It feels like I … Continue reading

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Project Euler

I like having problems to practice solving in computer science. It can be a fun hobby, and it exercises your mind. I have enjoyed the Advent of Code, though some of those are complex and hard to focus on in … Continue reading

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A Python SQL Server App

I got a link recently from Microsoft on building apps easily for SQL Server. At the top of the page, they ask you to pick a language and OS. Since I’ve done a little Python and I used Windows, I … Continue reading

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