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The 80/20 Rule – Top Ten SQL Server Skills

Over the years that I’ve worked in technology, I’ve found that the 80/20 rule seems to apply pretty well to all the different areas that one can specialize in. It doesn’t matter whether you build PCs, work on the help … Continue reading

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The Basic Security Model in SQL Server – Skill #3

This series of blog posts are related to my presentation, The Top Ten Skills You Need, which is scheduled for a few deliveries in 2011. Users and Objects The basic security model diagram that I use is the one below. … Continue reading

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Create a Log Backup Schedule – #1 Skill You Need

This series of blog posts are related to my presentation, The Top Ten Skills You Need, which is scheduled for a few deliveries in 2011. You Need Log Backups By default databases in SQL Server are created with the Full … Continue reading

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When Do You Take a Full Backup?

This series of blog posts are related to my presentation, The Top Ten Skills You Need, which is scheduled for a few deliveries in 2011. When is a Full Backup Taken? Most people might answer this with “every day”, or … Continue reading

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