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SQLServerCentral Design–QotD

This is part of a series of posts that look at the changes to the SQLServerCentral design, bringing us to v3 of the site. You can see the other posts with the SQLServerCentral tag. We’re a few weeks in and … Continue reading

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SQLServerCentral Design Decisions–Forum Threads

It’s been a long couple of weeks. Almost two weeks ago we cut over from our older, v2 version of the site to the new (and current) v3. Lots of bugs, lots of disruption, and lots of unexpected items. As … Continue reading

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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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