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No blogging this week. I’m taking a much needed break in the Colorado mountains with my family. I’ll likely be unwired for the most part, so not responding to email, tweets, texts, comments, etc. Enjoy the week everyone.
It’s summertime in the Northern hemispheres, and a time when much of the world takes their holiday time away from work. Most kids are out of school for at least part of the June/July/August time period. With many of us … Continue reading
Refreshed and back to work today. After a week at Redgate Software for SQL in the City, I took a week to travel in Ireland with my family. In that time, I really ignored almost all email and didn’t manage … Continue reading
This week I’m on vacation taking a bit of time away with the family after a week in the Redgate offices. I hope everyone has a great holiday week and an enjoyable Christmas.
This editorial was originally published on Aug 20, 2012. It is being re-published as Steve on vacation. As a US citizen, I’m lucky to work for a UK company. I get a generous allotment of vacation, and desperately try to use it … Continue reading
It’s that time of year when many people take vacation and get away from work for a bit. I’m going to join in, taking a few days off this week. I was off yesterday, with family in town for my … Continue reading
Travel always causes issues with work. It was the same when I was a production DBA as it is now as editor and evangelist for Red Gate. The tasks I have to manage and complete don’t seem to ever be … Continue reading
I’ve tried to write regularly about taking vacation and getting away from work to recharge. I haven’t always done a good job managing that in my life, but I’m hoping to inspire more of you to do better. I’ve scheduled … Continue reading
Almost. I’m off this week in Steamboat Springs, enjoying a vacation with the family, but I’ve got one commitment: Database Weekly. We rotate the workload, and most everyone else has something this month, so I got stuck with it. I … Continue reading