Tag Archives: syndicated

TSQLTuesday.com – Quick WordPress Setup in Azure

When I agreed to host the T-SQL Tuesday site, I wasn’t sure what to do. I thought about just putting up a static page, one I’d edit, but in some conversations with Adam Machanic, he wanted to have a few … Continue reading

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Delete an Azure SQL Database from PowerShell

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. One of the things I’ve been working on is trying to get my DevOps, continuous delivery pipeline working with … Continue reading

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Building a Database DevOps Process at the Data Platform Summit 2017

I’m heading to India this August for the Data Platform Summit 2017. I am honored to have been selected to deliver a pre-conference seminar called “Building a Database DevOps Process”, where I’ll walk through the way in which you can … Continue reading

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SQL Bits in less than a month

I’m getting excited, and you should as well. Join me at a fantastic conference in the UK this spring. Register today and come to a training day and learn something. I might just see you there, as I’m thinking to … Continue reading

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Global v Session Trace Flags

I wrote a short article on enabling and disabling trace flags. You can read it, but I didn’t really discuss the implications of session v global trace flags, which is something I’d like to do here. In the article, I … Continue reading

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Create a BACPAC–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. One of the things that you might encounter at some point is the need to create a BACPAC. This … Continue reading

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The Livestream Product Launch

SQL in the City Streamed in 2016 was a success, with lots of feedback that people enjoyed the sessions and format. With the release of SQL Clone, we’ve decided to do it again. The SQL Clone Product Launch Live Stream … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #88 – WTF

It’s T-SQL Tuesday time again, and this is a good one. The host this month is Kennie Pontoppidan, who I had the pleasure of running with one morning in Copenhagen. His theme is The daily (database-related) WTF. You can read … Continue reading

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Using tSQLt to Find Min/Max Times

I love tSQLt. It’s a good way to write tests that can determine if your code is actually working. Since I’m a fan of unit testing, I think using tests to verify your logic is great. What’s excellent with tSQLt … Continue reading

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Create a DACPAC to Move Databases–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. In my last post, I talked about what a DACPAC was. Now let’s create one. This turns out to … Continue reading

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