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ConFoo–The Future of Database Development in Containers

I delivered a talk at the ConFoo conference. I’ve never been to this live, and when I submitted last year, I was hoping this would somehow be a live event in Montreal. It didn’t happen, but I joined the virtual … Continue reading

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Remembering the Past

Just a short time ago, the SQL Family lost Gareth Swanepoel. It was fairly sudden and sad to have someone I knew fairly well pass away. He was the first person that I directly knew that was lost to the … Continue reading

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The Responsibility for Bugs

Most software has bugs. Actually, maybe all software has bugs, but often we can live with some of them. Over time, vendors regularly issue patches to fix things, and despite these issues, many of us continue to use software productively, … Continue reading

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Speaking: Tech Community Day 2020

Delivered a Keynote talk on the Future of Database Development. Local schedule link

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